.50 Cal MG v Sword.

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    So all those ninja movies were true then. :lol:
     
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    Funny! Pointless as Hell, but funny! :lol:
     
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    Typical Japanese totally stupid exercises
    Perhaps there testing for a new series of endurance :rolleyes:
     
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    I actually found it kind of interesting. Look how many machine gun hits it took to break it. But what I found interesting is the high speed photography and how they slowed it down enough to see the bullets break or tumble after hitting the sword.
     
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    I think the sword actually split some of the bullets.
     
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    Nice video! 8)
     
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    Well, Japanese sword-smiths are said to have always been the finest in the world. The swordsmen too.
     
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