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(YouTube)   You've always wanted to see what would happen if you shot a nacho cheese-filled toilet with a double-barreled 500 Nitro Express Elephant gun, haven't you? Sure you have. It's okay; I won't tell anyone   (youtube.com) divider line
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2020-12-10 3:54:44 AM  
Sports shooting is great fun!
But this guy is a terrible influence.
 
2020-12-10 4:48:14 AM  
This guy seems overly impressed with a double barrel that has ejectors instead of extractors.
 
2020-12-10 11:15:15 AM  
Knew that had to either be Demolition Ranch or Kentucky Ballistics before clicking...
 
2020-12-10 11:18:19 AM  
Wouldn't you know it, the video is over 10 minutes long.

It's like a lot of nonsense fluff was added to something simple to draaaaag the run time out.
 
2020-12-10 11:24:30 AM  

Sasquach: Wouldn't you know it, the video is over 10 minutes long.

It's like a lot of nonsense fluff was added to something simple to draaaaag the run time out.


Actually, it wasn't as bad as most. He talked about the gun, the size of the round, the cost of the rounds, demo'ed the gun on real targets, and then blew shiat up. But it was all relatively interesting.
 
2020-12-10 11:27:27 AM  

Mikey1969: Sasquach: Wouldn't you know it, the video is over 10 minutes long.

It's like a lot of nonsense fluff was added to something simple to draaaaag the run time out.

Actually, it wasn't as bad as most. He talked about the gun, the size of the round, the cost of the rounds, demo'ed the gun on real targets, and then blew shiat up. But it was all relatively interesting.


Toilet shot is at ~4:33.
 
2020-12-10 11:29:02 AM  
this should have been 30 seconds long.

nobody cares about you or your story or your little dick gun.

we just want to see shiat explode.
 
2020-12-10 12:09:22 PM  

dadio86: this should have been 30 seconds long.

nobody cares about you or your story or your little dick gun.

we just want to see shiat explode.


Gotta have length for the YT algorithms to promote it.  Gotta have time for pre-vid, mid-roll and post-video ads.  I presume.
 
2020-12-10 1:28:55 PM  
I didn't think nacho cheese was that dangerous. I would have guessed a typical deer rifle cartridge like the 30-06 would be adequate.
 
2020-12-10 1:45:30 PM  
If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.
 
2020-12-10 2:36:14 PM  

SafetyThird: If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.


Yeah, what was it, $13/round? Holy fark! Definitely time to learn how to reload.
 
2020-12-10 2:49:10 PM  
$13.60 per round.

For that much per round, it had better put large holes in what you are shooting, or take something big iand turn it into small shrapnel.
 
2020-12-10 2:51:19 PM  

Mikey1969: SafetyThird: If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.

Yeah, what was it, $13/round? Holy fark! Definitely time to learn how to reload.


I reload 9mm which ends up costing me around $0.25 per round.  If I had one of these, I most assuredly would be reloading it.  Probably get it down to $2 or $3 per round.
 
2020-12-10 2:56:14 PM  

SafetyThird: If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.


If I had that gun I would shoot it once (just to say that I had) and then trade it for several more useful firearms. Preferably not the kind the kill on one end and wound on the other like that thing.
 
2020-12-10 3:01:13 PM  

Warmachine999: Mikey1969: SafetyThird: If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.

Yeah, what was it, $13/round? Holy fark! Definitely time to learn how to reload.

I reload 9mm which ends up costing me around $0.25 per round.  If I had one of these, I most assuredly would be reloading it.  Probably get it down to $2 or $3 per round.


Of course, I hear that reloading supplies are getting close to being as hard to get ahold of as ammo itself.
 
2020-12-10 4:04:18 PM  
Mikey1969:
Of course, I hear that reloading supplies are getting close to being as hard to get ahold of as ammo itself.

Right now, I have over 300 cases to reload, and the gunpowder to put in them.  Bullets are on order, and primers are on back o/der till next year
 
2020-12-10 4:10:36 PM  

Warmachine999: Mikey1969:
Of course, I hear that reloading supplies are getting close to being as hard to get ahold of as ammo itself.

Right now, I have over 300 cases to reload, and the gunpowder to put in them.  Bullets are on order, and primers are on back o/der till next year


You can reload primers with strike anywhere match heads, if necessary.
 
2020-12-10 6:17:42 PM  

stan unusual: This guy seems overly impressed with a double barrel that has ejectors instead of extractors.


How does that make a difference? Sincere question; I have a shotgun but it's magazine-fed, not a break-open.
 
2020-12-10 6:38:39 PM  

SafetyThird: If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.


First time I ever fired a hi-powered rifle was when my FIL and I went shooting back in '89, IIRC. He had a Remington 30.06; the only pump-action 30.06 I've ever seen. The butt was just a steel plate.

He showed me how to snug it up tight against my shoulder to reduce the recoil. I fired it twice and thought it wasn't so bad.

By the third shot I was a lot more confident; I had a handle on the recoil and relaxed a bit so I wasn't shaking with the strain of smashing the stock into my shoulder.

So I squeezed the trigger, and the world came to an end. The recoil and report both felt like someone hit me with a shovel.

Turned out he'd combined a couple of half-empty boxes of rounds and forgot they weren't identical: The first ones I fired were 109-grain rounds; the third was 220.

It was an excellent lesson about gun safety. I had very little shooting experience; when my FIL was showing me how to load the rifle, keep my eye socket away from the scope and so on, he said the time when you're most likely to make mistakes is when you're getting more confident handling the weapon, but you're still inexperienced. You're not so tense, so you relax a bit, which is good, but it's easy to get too relaxed.

He gave me that rifle for Christmas a couple years before he died.
 
2020-12-10 6:54:57 PM  

Sensei Can You See: stan unusual: This guy seems overly impressed with a double barrel that has ejectors instead of extractors.

How does that make a difference? Sincere question; I have a shotgun but it's magazine-fed, not a break-open.


Hard to get a hot shell in the face without ejectors.  No fun in that.
 
2020-12-10 8:03:54 PM  

Sensei Can You See: stan unusual: This guy seems overly impressed with a double barrel that has ejectors instead of extractors.

How does that make a difference? Sincere question; I have a shotgun but it's magazine-fed, not a break-open.


People that reload (or aren't worried about rapid reloading) prefer extractors so they don't lose the empty brass. They can just pull out the shells and put them in their pocket.

People that are worried about rapid reloading prefer ejectors.

I believe there are some shotguns that will extract unfired shells and eject fired ones. That's good for people that hunt, because you're often unloading guns to get in and out of vehicles or climb obstacles.
 
2020-12-10 9:11:02 PM  

Sensei Can You See: SafetyThird: If I had that gun I'd be broke from the ammo cost and buying shiat to destroy. Looks like a bunch of fun even if my shoulder hurts just watching.

First time I ever fired a hi-powered rifle was when my FIL and I went shooting back in '89, IIRC. He had a Remington 30.06; the only pump-action 30.06 I've ever seen. The butt was just a steel plate.

He showed me how to snug it up tight against my shoulder to reduce the recoil. I fired it twice and thought it wasn't so bad.

By the third shot I was a lot more confident; I had a handle on the recoil and relaxed a bit so I wasn't shaking with the strain of smashing the stock into my shoulder.

So I squeezed the trigger, and the world came to an end. The recoil and report both felt like someone hit me with a shovel.

Turned out he'd combined a couple of half-empty boxes of rounds and forgot they weren't identical: The first ones I fired were 109-grain rounds; the third was 220.

It was an excellent lesson about gun safety. I had very little shooting experience; when my FIL was showing me how to load the rifle, keep my eye socket away from the scope and so on, he said the time when you're most likely to make mistakes is when you're getting more confident handling the weapon, but you're still inexperienced. You're not so tense, so you relax a bit, which is good, but it's easy to get too relaxed.

He gave me that rifle for Christmas a couple years before he died.


I went shooting with a co-worker many years ago and one of the guns he brought was a 12 gauge. We put a lot of rounds through that thing. The next day at work he shows me his absolutely purple shoulder. Gotta hold that biatch much, much tighter.

Something similar happened with my son teaching him a 38. The welt on his forehead was a powerful lesson. Never get too comfortable.
 
2020-12-11 2:08:31 AM  

SafetyThird: Something similar happened with my son teaching him a 38. The welt on his forehead was a powerful lesson. Never get too comfortable.


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