This video gives you a front-row, slow-mo seat for an amazing performance, to the tune of 11 rounds. Music to our ears.
Taofledermaus has filmed chain reaction experiments before, but they've happened so fast that it's been difficult to get a good view. This video is different because of the way he's able to slow the reaction down to 10,000 frames per second. Things still happen pretty fast, but this gives a clear idea of what the chain reaction looks like. When—are you going?
If you can't wait to watch another fantastic slow-mo shooting video, check out this badass one of a 1911 firing at -65 degrees.
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