Slowing it down for a tiny working pistol (VIDEOS)

Using a keyring-sized break-action single shot firing 2mm pinfire cartridges so small you need tweezers to load it, the Slo-Mo guys set up a series of appropriately tiny tests.

Filmed on a Phantom v2640 camera at 12,500fps, Gav and Dan actually prove that these little pop guns have some performance in line with their size. Caution: there is a dismembering shot on a Lego man for those who are squeamish to such things.

And of course, if you need something more American, here is Sarasota Engraving working on the slide of a 1911.

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