Steel-cored WOODEN Shotgun Rounds – UNREAL Performance! September 15, 2019 Related posts: A shotgun slug that acts like a HESH tank round! How to build a wood gasifier camp stove Build a Log Cabin with Fence Posts In My Backyard Homemade🍕Pizza🍕 & Crust on the Traeger Grill–Easy, Fast and Better Than Take Out Tags:and, camping, demolitionranch, exotic, experiment, homemade, lifehack, sabot, science channel, tank ammo, taofledermaus, that, the, wood making, world of tanks Related Posts How to Use Crimp Beads & Tubes Geometric Gel Polish Design – Part 3 Gold-Filled Saturn Curb Chain – Item 3844 About The Author Brennon Stark 42 Comments TAOFLEDERMAUS Thank you everyone who has added CAPTIONS to our videos! You are awesome! January 4, 2018 Reply Steven Jennings Awesome informational educational video experience Y'alls October 26, 2018 Reply John Possum That wood grain looks awfully familiar to beech. November 1, 2018 Reply Eric Ferguson The never ending story. See. I stayed to the closing credits. I'm kind of broke, but I'd hate to see your channel go. November 1, 2018 Reply osmosis 01 and honest post I haven't watched yet but I would predict that the steel core wooden rounds will hold together upon firing wild the hundred percent wood round will splinter upon exiting the barrel November 1, 2018 Reply osmosis 01 here is an idea for a new round, how about making a granite slug! the only way I know to make something like that what to use a diamond impregnated grinding wheel to shape it or possibly and I emphasize possibly use a carbide or Dimond bit to turn one down on a lathe possible not sure but could be a cool outcome. hope this is useful and your guyses quest for new wild and wacky shotgun slugs. November 1, 2018 Reply baby blue bath tub It's crazy that the air didn't cause enough friction to catch the wood on fire and whatever the target I'd on fire November 12, 2018 Reply Gabriele Di Carlo That's one mean slug, it looks like the backwards slug splinters more too November 14, 2018 Reply Who Zaskin Israelis are good at killing. December 10, 2018 Reply sullivan DANG man. 2018 and imgladustillround man December 13, 2018 Reply David Ball Sicilian's have used these for many years. December 15, 2018 Reply FingerAngle Will the pellet geometry self-right if not going true from the start? I know they fly well forward or backwards. I'm wondering if they would have any value out of a catapult. I know darts launch very well out of catapults from hands on experiments. Typically catapults put back spin on projectiles. That can create magnus. I think I can get a catapult to throw spirals by using a side mounted sling. I'll have to try that. I'll also have to see what the pellet geometry does with both sling configurations. December 30, 2018 Reply Martin Willett That thar is yer gen-U-ine GOPHER wood. Ark-building wood, from that thar Holy-land of Isree-ul. January 8, 2019 Reply lester prince Wooden bullets work well and inside a target they shatter. They were outlawed in military use. Due to the injury type. Splinters are the byproduct. The largest issue is the expansion of the wood in humidity. It will not fit through the berrel if it is soaked for a extended period of time. Also moisture can get to the powder and primer if stored moist. Wood is like a sponge. Store cautiously in a very dry area. January 11, 2019 Reply Outdoors USA When shooting close targets with a scope you need to aim over the place where you want to hit. January 13, 2019 Reply Andrew Burt Maybe if your trigger man wouldn’t jerk so much every time he pulls the trigger he could shoot more accurate. It called pulling the shot. because you anticipating the recoil of the weapon you tense up and jerk your whole upper body. This guy is definitely no sniper!! Lol January 21, 2019 Reply **Mahina808** About How many shots do you put into a vest before they have to be changed out? Does it not catch it if it’s too tattered? January 27, 2019 Reply Carsten Kjøller Concrete slugs enforced with metal splinters, can that be done? January 30, 2019 Reply Carl McDaniels Fascinating. February 10, 2019 Reply Carl McDaniels This type of slug might be good for a .410 loading for a Bond Arms derringer. February 10, 2019 Reply Matt Hielscher Metal in the front… country in the back. February 13, 2019 Reply Chris I wooden of thought it wood work. March 10, 2019 Reply Doug Alexander Danny!!! that’s why… March 17, 2019 Reply Doug Alexander Perhaps, Olive wood from Israel. March 17, 2019 Reply White Trash Bandit270 Bet them wet magazines smelled yummy..lol March 17, 2019 Reply Rhino We use the solid wood rounds, for less then lethal, in our prison system, in Arizona. Very similar, and called knee knockers. The biggest difference is, it is fired out of a 37mm multiple launcher. I believe there were approx 4 or 5 solid wooden projectiles, stacked back to back. It has proven to be very effective tool, alongside the other 37mm cartridges we use. March 22, 2019 Reply NATURAL SPIRIT SOLDIER OF FORTUNE1978? Mags March 22, 2019 Reply mrlaserguy2 What's the intro song? March 25, 2019 Reply Scott Russell wish i had access to a wood lathe,,,, i would make some slugs made out of oak,,, hickory ,, cherry and maple,,, that was neat that first slug when it hit,,,,,, talking about splattering,,,, ok,,, going to ask,,,, at 7:30,,, was that a gallon of pee,,,,, just wondering April 2, 2019 Reply Right Leg Oh man the candy slug video is gone! Why? April 4, 2019 Reply Dissident Aggressor I hope Robert K. Brown doesn’t see this video. April 8, 2019 Reply unclejack123 Wood – maybe Olive? April 9, 2019 Reply aklove Snowball6 Um. Soldier of fortune? Just bought a bunch from Ebay April 11, 2019 Reply SinriWoah LIVE! WONDER IF ANY OF THE MEN AN WOMAN ON THOSE MAGAZINE COVERS HAVE WATCHED THIS? April 13, 2019 Reply Buck Bingham Danny hits 1000 yard shot with bead sight no problem. Danny, oh crap 5 yards away need the red dot sight.😁 April 14, 2019 Reply CaveMan Great, now I have to go look up words and learn something. 😂 April 15, 2019 Reply Prinz Eugen I believe that the Japanese used wooden bullets as they began to run low on steel near the end of the war April 22, 2019 Reply william Rupert With a high mounted scope, nearly 2" above the bbl, you need to aim HIGH…..what-r-u thinkin???? June 3, 2019 Reply william Rupert But thanks for a fun video………… June 3, 2019 Reply Oak Ridge Review Yeah "when you use a scope…" With a 9" overbore sight line… Jesus. June 11, 2019 Reply The Not Sure Channel No slow motion for the target at the end? June 20, 2019 Reply Gregg Davenport Nice slug I'd like those for home defense use , great video Peace August 24, 2019 Reply Семён Семёныч Well, technically, it works as a sub-caliber projectile… September 14, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.