Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Liptonucf, Jan 26, 2009.
Accidentally found this while surfing youtubes...
That looks terrible.,
Is the very last guy wearing a jean skirt..?
Less powerful than a .50bmg
But no muzzle brake.
did they pull a bunch of idiots (and terrorists) off the street that had never fired a gun before?
lol i love the last guy
I think so. I bet they came in to rent a gun and said they wanted the biggest, most powerful one.
last guy fired a .700 NE while the rest were .577 T-rex
I prefer the .950 JDC. It can only be fired with a lead sled. It doesnt fire lead bullets or even steel/copper jacketed, it fires hand turned brass bullets, $40 for just that bullet.
Think of the bruises on these guys.
He's the only one that did it right.
That gun must have a few dings on it.
yea the third or fourth guy with the blue shirt was not shouldering the rifle at all
Maybe over distance but not upclose
A few weeks ago a guy fired one off in the next county I though there was an earthquake happening
doesn't that thing make like over 11,000 ft-lbs of muzzle energy.
minus whale have some guy take a swing at your shoulder with a sledgehammer... probably the same feeling.
A heavier bullet that moves faster is less powerful at close range?
Is that more than a 12ga?
With their hottest load Point Blank gives me a recoil number 194.16ft/lbs; the fastest 165gr 30-06 load in the Nosler manual is 24lbs out of an 8lb rifle
The .577 Tyrannosaur or .577 T-rex is a cartridge developed by A-Square in 1993 for the hunting of large game in Africa. The .577 contains a .585 inch diameter 750-grain (49 g) Monolithic Solid Projectile which when fired moves at 2,460 ft/s (750 m/s) producing 10,180 foot-pounds force (13,800 J) of energy. The production model from A-square is based on their Hannibal rifle platform.
Clint said .44 mag
i'm pretty sure they all thought they were firing a .22LR or something. it's obvious NONE of them had any idea what the recoil would be like. just look at their stance and the position of the rifle on their shoulder.