Just firing stacks of old military buttons from a shotgun (VIDEO)

Gifted a packet of metal buttons, the Taofledermaus shotgun experimenters stacked a few in some 12 gauge shells and went to the range.

Marked “Militaires Equipments” and shaped like UFOs, they appear to be WWI-era French Army buttons– and the thin metal looks like they would make great shrapnel if given enough velocity. With that in mind, the Tao gang makes like the Battle of Verdun on some dated Hi-Fi equipment, a sheet of drywall, and other items in a pretty impressive way.

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