Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Slow-Motion Improvised Shotgun Shells

I just stumbled across this over at The Firearm Blog. The video was made by a fellow who hand-loads all sorts of bizarre shotgun shells, from M&Ms to computer screws to wax slugs to spent .22 rimfire casings.

The video captures all the shooting in slow motion, and sets it to a very languid, almost haunting piece of classical music. Overall, the video is almost balletic in the way the shot impacts and the music come together.

The video is 7:32 long, but worth it for the artistry alone, if you ask me.

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