Tree removal via 200 lbs. of exploding targets and a .50 cal. (VIDEO)

06/26/15 10:19 AM | by

The crew at Demolition Ranch had a dead tree on their hands so of course decided to solve the problem through the proper application of a man-sized portion of binary shot indicator compounds.

Now of course, it took about $400 worth of exploding targets from USA Chemical Supply and the gang kept the risk of catching baseball bat-sized splinters to a minimum by setting it off from long range with a .50 caliber Barrett, but that didn’t stop the neighbors from making some calls.

Still, you have to admit that the crater was most impressive.

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