Underwater rifle fire is strangely beautiful and mesmerizing (VIDEO)

Richard and the Full Mag crew got some Vitamin D on their pasty white skin and captured a series of almost hypnotic shots on camera.

Now kicking off a firearm underwater is not recommended due to the fact that a bunch of water can do dangerous things to a gun resulting in a kaboom situation, so we are not advocating anyone jump in their pool and start riddling the sidewall with 7.62×39 and .223 while your buddy drops the GoPro.

With that being said, the footage captured by Full Mag and set to various awe-inspiring soundtracks is captivating.

And stay tuned for the malfunction that blows the mag out of the well and seizes up the BCG. Good times

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