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What Happens When You Pack a 425-Pound Pumpkin Full of Tannerite?

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‘Tis the season to pack a 425-pound pumpkin with…Tannerite.

Have you ever seen a 425-pound pumpkin loaded with Tannerite? Well here’s your chance.

Disclaimer: Do not use Tannerite unless you take ample safety precautions.

A blast radius, as you’re about to witness, can be very large and span long distances. Sometimes the explosion even stretches farther than expected.

Additionally, make sure when you shoot Tannerite that no houses or structures are nearby. The pumpkin in this video was safely placed in a gravel pit in Windsor, Maine.

It contains 20 pounds of Tannerite, which creates a massive explosion when the .300 Winchester Magnum makes contact.

It took 14 shots to detonate, but they finally made contact, that pumpkin was gone forever.

Happy Halloween!

Like what you see here? You can read more awesome hunting articles by Nathan Unger at the Bulldawg Outdoors blog. Follow him on Twitter @Bulldawgoutdoor, Instagram @Bulldawgoutdoors and subscribe on YouTube @Bulldawgoutdoors.

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What Happens When You Pack a 425-Pound Pumpkin Full of Tannerite?