Gallon Jug Hunting
Click HERE to see a short video that shows what a 62 grain .223 steel penetrator traveling at about 2400 fps from a Kel-Tec PLR-16 pistol does to a gallon jug full of water. The entry hole looks like it was shot with a .22 or maybe a pellet gun, but the back of the jug was completely blown out by the hydrostatic shock wave.
PLR-16 Bump Fire - 1st Attempt
Click HERE to see a short video showing a first attempt at bump firing the Kel-Tec PLR-16. Bump firing may not work as well with the muzzle brake attached because the recoil is almost non-existent, but others have managed to do it. With most ammo it's an acquired skill, and it's not a very accurate way to shoot. The PLR-16 was not designed to be fired as a fully automatic weapon, so after about ten rounds it should be allowed to cool to avoid overheating the barrel.
Mad Matt Bump Fires The Kel-Tec PLR-16
This was Mad Matt's firs attempt at bump firing anything, and he did very well!
Mad Matt Shooting Some Orange Juice Jugs full Of Water
He really earns his nickname. Is this what the media means when they say "disgruntled"?
As always, more fun stuff coming soon... as soon as I sneak away from work and do something fun. The .50 BMG awaits, and that should result in MUCH FUN.
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