Miculek blows 32 inches of gel off the table with a .50 BMG (VIDEO)

Leave it to Jerry Miculek to run a ballistics test in super slo-mo with a Barrett M107 .50 BMG stoked with an A-MAX hollow point.

Mr. M gives 16 inches of ballistics gel the hard goodnight with the 750-grain (that’s seven-hundred-fifty) Hornady JHP then doubles back around to try it with two blocks and catches something you aren’t likely to come across in your travels very often.

Why would you need a 750-grain hollow point? Why wouldn’t you!

New word of the day: sonoluminescence.

Now go use it in a sentence.

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