Literally 'shooting' pool in the most dangerous game of billiards (VIDEO)

Ricochets? What’s a ricochet, asks the DemolitionRanch crew as they substitute a baseball for a cue ball in a very ballistic game of billiards.

Sure, they have eye and ear pro, and billiard balls are generally phenolic resin which is just a hard plastic and they allow some space for possible bounce back, so there is at least a smattering of safety– but you still probably shouldn’t try this at home.

Or your local pool hall.

Still, you have to admit, it looks fun and the baseball takes a pretty good beating while still keeping on a roll. It’s just hard to get good English.

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