Tannerite vs. ballistic gel (Hold my beer and watch this!) ***DEMONETIZED***
Blowing up ballistic gelatin with tannerite. The gelatin I use for ammo testing was getting really opaque so I decided to "retire" it by blowing it up with tannerite.
Even though it still calibrated correctly, it was too dark to see wound tracks well so it was time to mix up a new batch. This was just a fun way to dispose of the old batch.
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