Is ten reams of copy paper enough to stop a .50 BMG round? (VIDEOS)

The Demolition Ranch gang raided the office supply closet to see just how well some 20-lb. Georgia Pacific copy paper, if stacked deep, can stand up to a fiddy.

We were actually pretty surprised at how the armor-piercing incendiary tracer acted in comparison to the standard 671-grain round. Still, what a waste of some good trees.

As a bonus, check out this video that was posted today by the Full Mag guys testing to see if a Barrett .50BMG will bring a halt to a running truck engine.


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