A slug made from magnets does odd things when fired through a foil tube (VIDEOS)

The question is how a custom slug made from ceramic magnets will interact with other items. To satisfy the curiosity, cut shell experts Taofledermaus attempt to fire the magnetic slug over hard drive magnet bits, steel plates, compasses, and other items to see if there were signs of attraction.

Then the group fires one through a tube made of aluminum, which of course is a non-ferrous metal, without much, if any effect. This is followed up by the curious interaction that occurs when fired through an aluminum foil tube, which collapses the Reynolds-wrapped corridor.

To get some closure on the foil mystery, they do some comparison shots with a non-magnetic slug to gauge whether it is a shock wave issue or magnetic appeal.

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