1,000,000 FPS slow mo video of bullet impact

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  1. Thorlifter

    Thorlifter Well-Known Member

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    That was VERY cool, Thor! :cool: Loved the shotgun pellet intercepting the handgun bullet. Amazing stuff.
     
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    damn, dude. and I thought 10,000 FPS was the fastest! O_O
     
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    THAT was COOOOOLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    cool video. :thumbright:.
    It would have been nice to know the materials being shot at though.


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    It's an art:shock:
    Thanks for sharing, Thorlifter!
     
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    Now that was cool.
     
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    Awesome video. I find videos like this amazing. It amazes me to see what happens in slow motion when 2 objects collide and how the energy is dispersed. I've been watching Lock N Load with R. Lee Ermey, his new show on history Channel incorporates slow motion video of whatever that week's topic is. Watched a episode last week about blades. Showed a samurai sword cutting through a watermelon. It surprised me how much the blade flexed when it struck the melon.
     
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    I keep missing the episode.
    R. Lee Ermey was great in "Mail Call" and the few episodes of "Lock N' Load" I have seen were great.
    I saw previews with the samura sword cutting the watermelon and I was surprise at how much it flexed too.


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    Funny story...a friend of mine and I were in the uniform shop on base (US Navy) buying a new ribbon that our sub had earned. Standing in line waiting to check out, I told him a joke I'd heard the other day: "Why doesn't the Coast Guard have a swim test in bootcamp? Because if the boat sinks, you just wade back to shore." (a play on the nickname "Shallow-Water Sailors" used during inter-service-rivalry insult-o-ramas). We both laughed, but he stopped all of a sudden...looking behind me. I turned around, and yep, there was a Coast Guard officer standing behind me. I started to appologize, but he stopped me, said he'd had a good chuckle, that he hadn't heard that one before. :occasion5: Great guys, those Coasties! And it REALLY ticks me off whenever someone mentions "the four branches of the military". There's five, ya idiots!
     
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    I didn't know until a few years back that they were a part of the Military.
    I always assumed that they were an independent organization.
    Seeing what the Coast Guard did in Vietnam on the Military Channel opened my eyes a ton. :shock:

    Those were hilarious Matt. :lol:
    I knew they had to clean his language up a bit for prime time.


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