YouTuber Gets Paid to Shoot His Truck With a Massive Tank, How’s That for a Day Job?
If you just so happen to be interested in anything that goes bang or was built with ...
If you just so happen to be interested in anything that goes bang or was built with the intention of doing damage or blowing something up then the Demolition Ranch YouTube channel might be right down your alley. When it comes down to it, it really lives up to its name as the channel puts lots of different weaponry to the test, throwing the machinery up against the variety of different challenges to see exactly what certain pieces of artillery are capable of and this time, it’s more of the same as we see a pretty insane test coming to life right in front of our eyes. Just imagine getting paid to do something like that!
This time, he steps the demonstration up to the max, really taking the idea of blowing things up to the next level by enlisting the help of none other than a tank! Yeah that’s right, in this video, we basically check out every little kid’s dream as this ready and willing weapon enthusiast takes the liberty of grabbing a tank and putting it to the test of blowing up his own truck. If the 12-year-old version of myself were to have a perfect day, this would probably be along the lines of what that day would look like. I think that I can speak for most other kids across the country as well, including grown-up kids like myself, when I say that this is going to be an incredible experience, to say the least.
Now, we know that it’s going to cause some pretty hefty damage but just how much damage will tank cause when it butts heads with the truck? Is it going to blow a hole through the truck, make it explode entirely, or will there be something a little bit more subtle that lives up to anti-climatic finish? The only way to figure something like this out is to go for it so that’s exactly what we see here as the tank is rolled into the picture frame and we really get a load of something special. After the whole shebang goes down, be sure to tell us what you think of this tank making its presence felt.