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50 CAL Rifle vs Brake Rotor!

When it comes to evaluating a weapon or caliber of ammunition on its abilities, ...

When it comes to evaluating a weapon or caliber of ammunition on its abilities, you’re definitely going to want to see how hard hitting it can be. The strength displayed with something like this will be exactly what they’re testing out this time as we get the opportunity to see some incredibly heavy hitting ammunition as it goes up against a material that might seem to be pretty tough to get through even though it’s something that you may be using just about every day.

Now, on one side of this battle, we have nothing other than a brake rotor and, in the opposite corner of the ring, we have a 50 cal bullet, ready and willing to plow through just about anything that it’s able to, practically shredding through whatever lies in front of it. This is a sort of unstoppable force versus an immovable object battle that could be interesting to watch so you had better point your rear end toward that seat and grab some popcorn because you never know what could happen in a throwdown like this. It’s certainly going to be interesting to watch as the suspense builds to see what’s going to happen when “go time” comes.

Before following along in the video below that shows off the situation that has this ammunition hurling through the air, be sure to tell us what you think is going to happen when all is said and done. Will these massive bullets do any damage to the materials at hand or will they simply crunch and fall to the ground once they collide with the brake rotor that has been built to take abuse?

The only way to find out is the click that play button so head down below and see for yourself what happens in this intense demonstration!





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