Feb 27, 2012
From the 1981 Filipino western San Basilio…
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Category: Bizarre, z - Arts & Culture
This is certainly possible, but not in the way that he did it. The divergence of the two halves of the bullets are much wider than that. It’s a common trick to put a two headed ax into a piece of wood, with two clay pigeons on either side of the ax. Then you shoot at the ax head, and break both of the clay disks. I’ve done it myself :)
Wow! That’s awesome! I would have figured it would either break the blade or ruin the bullet. Though, with an ax head, maybe not.
Lead is much softer than steel.
I think I saw that on a Ginsu knife commercial.
Wouldn’t it have been quicker to just shoot twice?
No if you have only one bullet left! lol…i guess there is always the ole’ throw the empty gun at the enemy bit left to rely on though.
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