Explosive Filled .44 Magnum Round Shot At Zombie Head

Complete with perfect 20,000 fps slow motion footage:

Zombie-at-Tiffanys-t-shirtLOL Whoa what a mess.

Toward the end of the video the guy said he created those rounds for people to use as spotter rounds, so they could easily see the flash down range then compensate for it.  I don’t really see the benefit of that considering you’re shooting a completely different projectile compared to the regular rounds.  Additionally, I don’t know much about explosive laws but wouldn’t this guy have to be present when the round was being used?

Those zombie heads are actually pretty cool.  At $100 each though I’ll pass.


5 responses to “Explosive Filled .44 Magnum Round Shot At Zombie Head”

  1. Two thoughts:

    1. I bet their proprietary explosive isn’t much different than tannerite.

    2. I’d like to see slow mo footage of an unaltered .44 round passing through the same head. I bet there won’t be too much difference between the two. There just isn’t enough space in a bullet, even in a drilled out hollow point, for enough explosive to make much of a difference.

    1. I had the same thought, especially since the explosive detonates on impact.

      My thought is that the explosive causes the hollow point to expand instantly rather than partially in the target.

  2. Hey man, nice shot!

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      Quint Young

      what a good shot, man

  3. This guy really reminds me of Walton Goggins (Shane Vendrell off the Shield)