@GunCraft101 did any enter the pool?
Interesting video. I wonder how different angles of approach would affect how they skipped? It looked like the rifle bullets with more spin had a tendancy to keep going without tumbling. That’s understandable like trying to turn a wheel spinning on an axle. Past that, I have no idea what subscribing to a video does.
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Pretty cool. Thanks for sharing.
@Robert - Nope, not one. They actually skip very easily and reliably at low angles.
From your video examples, it seems like the results can be best described as unpredictable.
When I was a kid, we used to shoot at light bulbs thrown into a nearby lake.
The results were much like yours, no telling where the bullets would go.
Or how they would skip over the water.
Thanks for the videos.
As I was watching I couldn’t help but ask myself where those bullets were headed?
Hey, you just concern yourself with how to keep them dry…
Yeah, there is that. Not only do I keep my bullets dry, but my assembled rounds/cartridges too.
That was a pretty sweet idea to capture video and record information on the testing!
just add to what GC had done but in 360d