Boring through bales via handheld small arms (VIDEO)

08/29/18 11:00 AM | by

Boring through bales via handheld small arms (VIDEO)

A popular battle royale game features bullet proof bales of hay. How accurate is that in real life? PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or PUBG, has won a stack of game awards the past couple years and has grown in popularity especially among those who are fans of similar games such as Call of Duty.

One of the more interesting aspects of the game is the ability to hide and snipe from lots of areas — including hay bales — which are also surprisingly resistant when it comes to ballistic penetration. To take on the invincibility of amassed grass, Matt with Demolition Ranch brings out a wide range of his collection to see just what it takes to perforate the bale. Be sure to stick around to see if the Lincoln’s airbags deploy.

What Lincoln? Watch the video.

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