Posted December 19, 2017 10:30 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

Taofledermaus took some homemade pyramidal slugs to the range looking to see if the shape provided any magical performance.
The cast slugs weighed about 20 grams, which works out to just over 300 grains, and they tested them out on random range objects to include jugs of dyed water, old flip phones and the like. When they switched to meatier targets, such as lead plates and ballistic gel, the performance was less impressive.
Nonetheless, the shot on the rotten apple with the toupée is great, no matter what your opinion is on the healing properties of pyramid power or bargain hairpieces.
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