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Gun vs granads
How did....you manage that intro
I know at least one Vietnam vet that relates a story of using a pinch of C4 to heat water for coffee/coca. That's my guess for the flames after the C4 melted. Don't try this at home. OR at work. HR might have a problem with that.
6:53, plot twist hes working with Muselk
Two words SCRAP YARD
you dropped your spoon.
Man I'm diggin the demo shirt, where can I get one ?.
That outro is a classic
How did you do the opening there with the grenade in the claw machine?? It killed me.
I'd be interested in seeing how many joules of energy are required for detonation using ballistics, if indeed there is any type of round commonly available that's fast enough to detonate C4. It may be that the slight difference in composition between Semtex and C4 means C4 won't initiate from a firearm round, I understand it was possible with Semtex, though whether it was specifically the Czech stuff or the Russian stuff etc..
Soldier's in both the western and eastern European militaries, particularly those in some variety of special forces, have in the past used small cubes of Semtex to heat Billy cans for tea etc to minimise their presence in enemy territory Vs making a small cooking fire. You can burn it quite safely as long as it doesn't exceed a certain critical mass, it has a high calorific count for it's size and weight. Whereas vintage sticks of TNT were usually safe until the nitroglycerin seeped out and crystallised, at which point it could become kinetically explosive or potentially via friction. If it's paper wrapped vintage TNT, and the paper has darkened in some or all areas, then it's worth being cautious. Modern manufacture however, is wrapped in plastic so seepage can occur only from the ends rather than along the seams along the side, which historically caused a far higher danger of handling. The original formulation was pulp impregnated with liquid TNT, whereas again in modern TNT the explosive is plasticised and shaped into sticks, so seepage is less likely to occur even over decades.As the man said, modern explosives are meant to be safe so these days it's the lbs of detonators that are more physically restricted, rather than the tons of TNT used in mining and demolition operations. It's easier to make your own impact sensitive explosive, as needed, than to try and set off modern high explosives such as Semtex without an electrical detonator, even recently manufactured TNT needs at the very least blasting caps due to its plasticised formula. As you saw, it no longer comes with a pre-cut length of fuse hanging out ready for you to spark it up with your Zippo, or Cigar (If you're Sly or Arnie!). Movies lie about many things, like we didn't already know that - but none so much as with explosives or exotic weaponry..or even both!
Can a cockroach survive radiation?
6:45 am I the only one who noticed the Bang energy drink?
sweet im going to try it
DemolitionRanch on how to safely disarm explosives: Blow 'em up
That intro though! Well, looks like I won't get anymore videos made anymore... finally followed the advice of some of my viewers to check out Demo Ranch, and I don't know that I'll ever leave the computer again!
It's kinda not possible because a microwave vibrates and heats up moisture particles, and a grenade is dry.
Hey, Just so you know, The microwaves heat up the water inside things and not the metal :). great video though!!!
0:43 *NEWS CHANNEL INTO MUSIC* "BREAKING NEWS; local gun enthusiast reported "in pieces" after a grenade explosion."