Posted August 8, 2017 10:15 am by Comments

By Chris Eger

In what they describe as “gratuitous ultra-violence” Eric and Chad at IV8888 tap in some 10 gauge H&Rs and work through a table top of shells.
From drilling watermelon and pop tarts to slicing through rows of bottled high fructose corn syrup, they run factory slugs, copper turkey loads, you know– the works.
They even channel the late, great, Barry and blast some slug (and CO2) cutshells made from birdshot loads.
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