Doing the concrete math when it comes to .50-cal BMG (VIDEO)
By Chris Eger
Edwin Sarkissian continues his studious research into just how much stuff a .50 caliber round will go through by stacking up concrete pads.
With each section some 1.5-inches thick, he stands them up eight-deep and drops a 647-grain Freedom Munitions red-tip tracer round into the recipe. In the end, it could be argued that BMG rounds make a good jackhammer if you are ok with a little spall in your diet.
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