What can a bullet made out of bulletproof glass do anyway?
That was the question for this homemade polycarbonate bullet to be crafted and then tested.
Watch this shooting experiment of this fantasy shotgun slug.
The shotgun is the gun to test experimental bullets.
A polycarbonate lexan bullet was made to fit inside a standard 12 gauge shotgun shell. This material is well-known for use in safety glasses, safety shields and a variety of other safety bulletproof products. It can take quite a beating.
So what happens when polycarbonate bullets are fired at a sheet of polycarbonate material? That lightweight projectile indeed has a mind of its own and goes where it wants.