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Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by proforguns, Jan 30, 2011.
Not really sure why you bothered "comparing" those 4 different calibers, you didn't show us the :
here's what a .22 did (entry vs. exit points)
here's what a 9mm did (ditto)
basically you just shot at a pumpkin and filmed it.
Hickok45 can carve a pumpkin with a 26 and a 27
Glad you had fun.
Or you could get the job done faster like this with my Mossberg 500. My grand daughter's husband last 4th of July attacking a watermelon.
Well sorry Ron my production crew was all out on holiday but yes I did have fun sorry it was what it was LOL
Thats pretty much proof theres not much difference between the 9mm and 45,
The pumpkin wasn't moving or shooting back.....
Shooting Pumpkins is fun. Shooting watermellons is REALLY fun. Sure scatters the mellon.
Were you shooting your pumkin or your house?
Pumpkin shooting videos, unless you are hickock45, can get a little old. I put one up this year, and no one has viewed it for some time. I’m about to take it down, but saw this thread, and decide to post it for the heck of it. It’s a short video, 1 min 4 sec. First pumpkin is unimpressive shot with 223 and 7.62, but the second pumpkin I filled with water and red food coloring. More impressive. That’s the fun part of the video, and starts 30 second point into the video. Keep watching after the shot for the music and slow motion. Next year, I’m loading the pumpkin up with Tannerite.
Here is how you shoot a pumpkin: