FullMag Youtuber Ford truck usage has taken its toll, the cylinder has gone out. It would cost more to have it fix then to just go out and buy a new truck. Rather than tear up the vehicle piece by piece, they’ve decided to try out a theory with a 50 cal Barrett. Can a .50 cal stop a running engine?
FullMag utilizes the armor piercing, incendiary round for a good cause. Shooting through the block is relatively anticlimactic, since it will only leak oil. So let’s try to place a couple rounds through the valves and see if we can get some fire coming out.
Let’s see what happens.
Yes this Ford truck engine is still running with multiple armor piercing rounds in it. So the mstory of a .50 cal round stopping a vehicle engine is just a myth. In reality the truck will probably not run as normal.
I’ve had my truck since the start of the channel here. Recently I’ve had a couple of cylindars go out, and the quotes to fix it would be more than the truck is worth.
“They shoulda never gave me money!”
Rather than part it out piece-by-piece or scrap it, I’m gonna put it down in the most appropriate way possible, here on Full Mag: With a .50 Cal.
Vehicle-borne IEDs have become one of the more common threats the US Military and Coalition Forces face. One of the ways to prevent these destructive devices from reaching their intended targets is by disabling them with specialized rounds through the engine.
These aren’t your standard ball-projectiles. Today I’ll be using armor-piercing and incindiary rounds fired from the Barret, and 107A1. Shooting through the block is relatively anticlimactic, since it’ll just leak oil. So let’s try to place a couple rounds through the valves and see if we can’t get some fire coming out.
“That’s a good shot, brother!”
“Definitely stopped it.”
“Definitely hurts a little bit, not gonna lie.”
“You’re like, ‘THE YEARS WE HAD, TRUCK’.”
“The times we had!”
“Takes a lickin’ and keeps on tickin’, dude! It’s so hard, it’s so hard to shoot this truck again!”
“YOU CAN’T KILL IT. YOU CAN’T KILL IT. Look at this!! It was runnin’ off of maybe six cylinders. It’s running off of maybe on four now. I dunno. Let’s see if maybe we can move this thing in line for the canon.”
The truck is running, even if still only barely, so I’m gonna finish it off in another video soon. I wanna know from you guys in the comments below: Which truck do you prefer? I wanna hear brands and models. Alright, I’ll see y’all soon!
Sources: FullMag Youtube
Instead of napalms in the early morning, guess we can settle for some gun works with tracers and incendiary rounds.
Watching this person shooting gazillion of these special rounds seem to be mesmerizing. Don’t know which is better to watch, the tracer hitting its target or the incendiary exploding on target.
Hats off to FPS Russia for going demoing the spectacular show.
Not really sure what this demonstration of firearms prove, but it was fun watching the kaboom and Star Wars like tracers.
FPSRussia: Ok so now we’ve got some incendiary rounds, we’re going to shoot our steel target; probably going to fall over at some point, but that’s ok.
Now it’s go-time.[More, plus slow-mo]
Don’t know if you noticed that, but one of the incendiary rounds exploded about two feet from me. That’s how you know it’s a good video.
I hope you enjoyed the video my friends, and it- [cut off]
Sources: FPS Russia Facebook, Guns Daily
This is proof that shooting a 30lb propane tank with a .50 cal incendiary round makes a huge big fire. We all like to shoot at objects and blow up things. While the results is pretty cool, this video is much more impressive. Here’s what happens when you shoot a much larger propane tank with a .50 cal incendiary round.
Just as with everything in life, there is always someone eager to see how far you can go with the safety envelope. Whatever you do, don’t try this at home!
Check out the video to see what happens to the propane tank:
The video is pretty exciting to watch, not sure if the huge fire was due to the incendiary round that strike the propane tank. Another thing to note is that there are a couple of small fires burning near the propane before this guy shoots it. This could be the reason why for the huge ignite of the fire and explosion. Even so, the results are still pretty impressive!
by John McAdams
Sources: TaraBull717 Youtube