Brass-on-brass violence: Testing .50 cal BMG rounds against brass plates (VIDEO)

When you have a cartridge loaded with a monolithic machined brass bullet, what else would you test it against?

To solve the question, Edwin Sarkissian grabs his Serbu BFG50, lines up the brass plates, and lets it rip. He then resets and repeats with some classic AP rounds to compare and comes out with a really interesting bullet sandwich.

And on the bright side, if they have a bunch of scrap brass left over they can always make some AR receivers with them.

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