A YouTuber, from DemolitionRanch , tested this dangerous trick in the real world by bending the barrel of an F1 Assault Rifle 180-degrees


It is a dangerous feat only attempted in cartoons – bending a rifle’s barrel backward to redirect a bullet.

But a YouTuber, from DemolitionRanch, tested the trick in the real world by bending the barrel of an F1 Assault Rifle 180-degrees.

The experiment set out to see if the bullet will travel along the curved piece and shoot out the opposite direction.

During the dangerous test, the rifle was attached to a post and a string tied around the trigger, allowing the shooter to keep a safe distance.

The YouTuber pulled the string and the bullet travel through the curved barrel, smashing through the center of the scope – proving the trick a success. 

A YouTuber, from DemolitionRanch , tested this dangerous trick in the real world by bending the barrel of an F1 Assault Rifle 180-degrees

DemolitionRanch started out small with the experiment by shooting a bullet through a long, curved pipe – which went through and hit a metal target at the end.

In another attempt, the team shot a bullet inside a curled copper pipe with sharper turns, but the bullet pierced it before hitting the first loop.

When it was time for the main event, the team hooked the rifle to a post and a string around the trigger, allowing them to pull it at a safe distance.

Matt, the host of Demolition Ranch, said ‘All right guys what are your predictions? We know that there is a hole that goes all the way through and is not kinked off.’

When it was time for the main event, the team hooked the rifle to a post and a string around the trigger, allowing them to pull it at a safe distance

When it was time for the main event, the team hooked the rifle to a post and a string around the trigger, allowing them to pull it at a safe distance

Matt, the host of Demolition Ranch, said ‘All right guys what are your predictions? We know that there is a hole that goes all the way through and is not kinked off'

Matt, the host of Demolition Ranch, said ‘All right guys what are your predictions? We know that there is a hole that goes all the way through and is not kinked off’

‘What are your predictions? Kill the sight, kill the barrel or get stuck in the barrel?’

He placed a live round into the AR, cocked the gun and moved back to a safe distance holding the string attached to the trigger.

The bullet traveled through the curved barrel, smashed through the center of the scope and exploded into pieces.

‘The sight acted just like a pipe like our other piles have. It caught that bullet and pulled it down, so if this thing kept going on an angle it would have gone up through the top of that sight.’

Another bullet was given a second shot at traveling through the bent barrel, which blew the sight completely off.

‘We have to complete barrel pass through and it seems it would keep doing that. That is wild,’ said Matt following the successful experiment.

The bullet traveled through the curved barrel, smashed through the center of the site and exploded into pieces

The bullet traveled through the curved barrel, smashed through the center of the site and exploded into pieces

In a previous dangerous gun trick, a physicist pulled the trigger on himself and lived to tell about it – all in the name of TV.

In 2016, Andreas Wahl wanted to see what happens when a gun is shot off underwater and used himself as the test subject.

Although the gun worked just like it would on the surface, the bullet sank before hitting the halfway point due to the intense resistance in the water.

‘Shot coming’ Wahl says staring down at the rifle in a video documenting his death defying feat.

The video shows Wahl wading in a pool with an assault rifle pointed right at him.

A long rope was attached to the trigger that he pulled after counting down from three.

In 2016, Andreas Wahl wanted to see what happens when a gun is shot off underwater and used himself as the test subject. Although the gun worked just like it would on the surface, the bullet sank before hitting the halfway point due to the intense resistance in the water

In 2016, Andreas Wahl wanted to see what happens when a gun is shot off underwater and used himself as the test subject. Although the gun worked just like it would on the surface, the bullet sank before hitting the halfway point due to the intense resistance in the water 

The bullet burst out of the barrel with the same power it would if it was above the water and since the camera is underwater, viewers heard the same loud boom.

Water bubbles followed behind the bullet as it sped towards Wahl, but momentum was lost before it reached the halfway point and gracefully sank to the bottom.

‘It’s harder to create movement in water than in air, because water molecules are closer together than air molecules’, according to Wahl’s YouTube video.

Wahl dove under the water and brought the bullet back up to the surface, holding it high above his head like a trophy.

But it’s important to say, do not try these tricks at home yourself! 



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