Topic Author's Original Post - Oct 9, 2012 - 12:40am PT
B. Law using a Sig .45 shoots a 1 gallon jug that is about 20ft away and also hits the 2nd jug that is higher and to the left and is about 60ft away,
sitting on a stump ...with the same bullet. Amazing.
Now that's some shootin'!
Here's Minerals with his new build. A sweet 9mm AR.
I'm gonna put a call in for mobile artillery with canister shot to take out these bandits with their AR 15 pea-shooters. Then, some flame throwing tanks to take care of any dug in snipers. Score: Bandits with AR 15s: 0, Mobile artillery with HE and canister: 25.
Stzzo, We need to explain how a bullets path changes when it hits something?
It works similar to calculating angles for pool shots.
The water in the jug changed the trajectory of the bullet enough to score a direct hit on a target off to the left and above of the original flight path.
Not to mention it was 3 times as far away.
As for the tannerite, well this was not a Tannerite day, but trust me, we have plenty.
Show me your Tannerite videos and I'll show you mine.
Edit: Bruce, I like your thinking but, what happens when the bandits are too close to use artillery?
I once hit a 20oz soda bottle with a Glock .40 cal sub-compact at about 120ft without really even aiming. I was bragging that I could easly shoot that rifle target with my pistol to my girlfriend because it was so close. She called my bluff, so I drew my pistol, squeezed off a round and hit it square in the center in about one second of aiming. She was shocked, but I was totally floored it actually hit much less came close. Of course, I totally played it off like that was the norm and no longer needed to prove myself to anyone with a follow up shot.