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Wednesday
Oct292014

500 Smith & Wesson vs. Tree

Remember that rule that your grandfather taught you about shooting?  "Know your target and what lies beyond it."  It is one of those common sense things that most people don't really think about, but it is still very important.  A couple of guys decided to film their buddy shoot a .500 Smith and Wesson for the first time.  This gun is great for stopping bears and low self esteem; it also packs a helluva punch.  Check out the vid:

Wow... A few things.  First off, did that guy run at his buddies with his finger on the trigger and the muzzle pointed at them?  I'm sure no one anticipated this tree going down, but still maybe consider a back stop that is greater in width than a sapling.  On the flip side of things I'm pretty impressed a single round managed to take down that whole tree.

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That was no sapling; that tree was at least as big as the guy's thigh.

Damned impressive, though.

October 30, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterBob G

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