Spoiler alert: Shotguns and spray paint do not mix (VIDEO)

The Gould Brothers, a pair of exhibition shotgunners, run a redneck experiment to see how many cans of budget krylon various slug and shot loads will penetrate in direct comparisons.

Sure, it doesn’t seem like much science behind the hypothesis, but the experiment stage does produce a detonation that looks like a Care Bear stepped on a landmine. Speaking of landmines, there is some serious shrapnel concern in something like this (check out the whizzing can at about the 2:27 mark), so probably don’t try this one at home.

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