Why would you even think of shooting a flashlight out of a shotgun anyway?
Not sure, but Youtube user MattV2099 sure has.
Watch this odd experiment of flashlight shotgun shells, and do not try this at home.
We may scratch our heads and wonder why anyone would shoot a flashlight from a shotgun, but I suppose the merit in this experiment is a survival tactic. If one always carries these flashlight shotgun shells while out hunting and something goes wrong, they can launch some light into the air. Well, maybe not.
With much surprise Thrunite Ti3 flashlights fit inside of the cavernous 12 gauge shotshell. With a bit of wax to stabilize the flashlight in the shell, it is time to hit the gun range. So will they actually work? The video of the testing tells the full story on this odd ammunition experiment.