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That's great!



It's also hilarious ... when he does the comparison of the "wounds" in the clay, he fails to point out that he missed the first target and in fact struck the log being used as a target stand instead. They even show it in slow motion! You can clearly see that the round strikes below the clay, then both the deformed lead ball and pieces of wood fly into the clay.



Just too funny ...
 

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You have to look close, but you can actually see the groove cut in the log from the bullet!
 

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ToddG said:
That's great!



It's also hilarious ... when he does the comparison of the "wounds" in the clay, he fails to point out that he missed the first target and in fact struck the log being used as a target stand instead. They even show it in slow motion! You can clearly see that the round strikes below the clay, then both the deformed lead ball and pieces of wood fly into the clay.



Just too funny ...


ol' Grizzly Adams there just didn't want to make more bullets by the campfire for take 2...
 

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czydj said:
[quote name='ToddG']That's great!



It's also hilarious ... when he does the comparison of the "wounds" in the clay, he fails to point out that he missed the first target and in fact struck the log being used as a target stand instead. They even show it in slow motion! You can clearly see that the round strikes below the clay, then both the deformed lead ball and pieces of wood fly into the clay.



Just too funny ...


ol' Grizzly Adams there just didn't want to make more bullets by the campfire for take 2...[/quote]





 

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Love the sound from those old guns, even if they don't shoot too well...
 
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