Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Good Ol' Boy, Jul 19, 2022.
I usually go to the range alone so help isn't available.
Set your phone to video and then you can edit your video and choose pictures frame by frame.
H110 and a Speer 140 gr jhp through a 4” 686+:
B/C gap blast from a Model 66-1:
.22 WMR from a 4” Model 48:
A fanciful blast from a GP100 .44 Spl. firing IMR Target:
Model 65 .357 Mag:
And the Ol’ standby, Mosin Nagant 1891 Model 44 Carbine firing communist surplus ammo at high noon in the desert:
Desert eagle 50ae and 500 Smith and wesson
Why bother? There are a ton of fireball pictures on the internet. Just look at this thread. It would just one more of the same 'ol thing. I go to shoot, not provide entertainment for others. I also have more enjoyable things (to me) to do than editing photos.
The picture just above this post shows the exact same thing I get from my RIA XTM 22 mag.
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Pedersoli Rocky Mountain Rifle.
Looks like a flamethrower to me...lol.
That, looks super impressive.
Better camera angle would've been nice but still...impressive.
Black spandex or black person?
Ye ordinary .223Rem AR firing a 40gr pill. . . down a 10" barrel.
It's a wee mite blasty. . . and if you unscrew the deflector and leave the comp it's downright embarrassing.
No animals were harmed in making this photo (unfortunately).
I have a couple of gophers that I would allow you to practice on.
The fireball looked like it was 5ft wide and 10ft long. Tried to find it but found a great story about him. The thing that makes the story even more amazing is that it's in the New York Times magazine!
Biggest fireball was firing the 165mm main gun on a M728 CEV. The 165mm main gun is very short without any type of muzzle break.
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