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Knob Creek Shootout

Thats a lot of firepower.

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by yak

submitted June 25th 2006

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nope, i saw the squirrel run out of there at the end.

seriously, i'd love to do that shit once.
11 years ago
no knobbing going on in that creek tonight
11 years ago
that is so fucking lame
11 years ago
I wonder how much money those tools spent on that.
11 years ago
Knob Hill sounds appropriate in this context.

Yeah take that you motherfucking explosive targets.
11 years ago
stupid video and where the fuck was this at ? shit was whack ive seen better on the history channel
11 years ago
it's barrels filled with diesel fuel I believe
11 years ago
BOOM... um.. ................... ?
11 years ago
If a warm gun is a happy gun then those guns are at disneyland
11 years ago
Shit I mean Knob Creek but my subconscience decided Hill was better sounding.
11 years ago
shooting guns gives me a hard on, i got wood
11 years ago
kind of similar to modren gun fighting in a sense, although one sided that many guns, explosions and tracer rounds makes things look slightly disorienting (for somone observing the video, clearly things are different when your lined up in a row and all firing down range in the same direction)...now just imagine that volley of fire comming back your way and you have an idea what a fire fight is really like
11 years ago
does anyone know how tracer rounds work? i think this might have been more impressive during the day you cant see shit, suppose they thought the explosions would look better at night
11 years ago
A hell of a waste of money on ammunition and petro.
11 years ago
Bullets cost about 15-25 cents each. They each blew less than thirty bucks. The gas, on the other hand...
11 years ago
Yep indeed it was gasoline , not diesel.
11 years ago
@cricket

A tracer round is essentially the same as any other round of ammunition with the exception that the tip is covered in phosphorus (phosphours is used due to the fact that it ignites fwhen exposed to friction and burns intensly)

When a phosphorus coated bullet is fired out of the barrel of a rifle, the sheer supersonic speed at which it travels creates resistance to the air surrounding the bullet, igniting the phosphorus coating and making that streak of light that you see.
11 years ago
No really, they are drums or diesel fuel with dynamite charges straped to them.
11 years ago
Redbaron, your kinda right, but its mangisiam nor phosohorus, and its not coated with it, there is just a thing metal plate on the back of it. If a tracer bullet was phosphurus when the fire that shoots the bullet ignited the phosphorus would melt straight through the barrel. Magnesiam just glows.
11 years ago
ah that makes sense, my curiosity is saticfied
11 years ago
why do that? i enjoy simply walking around with my 12ga and just shoot the crap out of squirrels and stuff. they werent even shooting stuff....those cunts.
11 years ago
only whit kids roll with k mart 12 ga... :D i wouldnt mind a deagle shot :)....and then after alll is done some 1 should chuck a rock ....
11 years ago
u gusy are fucking retarted then where shooting propain tanks with the valves open. and the guys with the light machine guns probaly wyhen throught like 100$ of ammo the heavy ones probaly a cupple grand but i bet they did not pay for it
11 years ago
actually grim tracer bullets are in most cases either white phosphorus tipped or contain a phosphorus powder in their base that are ignited by air friction and burn brightly during flight. Generally they light at around 25+ yards after leaving the barrel and are generally loaded every third round in a magazine.

I suppose my words "phosphorus coated" were a little misleading, my apologies for not being more specific.

also i think pure magnesium can burn at temperatures of +2000 celcius, little hotter than phosphorus, If that were to scrape off inside the barrel and burn (ignited by another bullet or what have you) it would definatly pit and/or destroy the barrel
11 years ago
im also unsure how reactive magnesium is to friction, it may not even ignite from exposure to friction from another bullet, air pressure, etc.
11 years ago
That must have been amazing. The tracers were awesome. Everytime i see a tracer I think of a Star Wars laser blast!

Time to play CSS!
11 years ago
r3db4r0n: NATO M196 rounds use a mixture of magnesium perchlorate (not pure magnesium) producing a reddish color, the Russians may use a phosphorous as theirs are green. MGs are loaded 4 ball 1 tracer
11 years ago
There's your second amendment at work.
11 years ago
redsun:

Welcome to MS. Now please stop posting your mindless-not-yet-graduated-wanna'-be-dreams-of-being-cooler-than-everyone-on-some-site. There are many people here who would gladly drag your ass behind the toolshed, and I bet if Marlow hadn't gone on to queer Snivvle and his rat he'd be the first in line. Many of us come to MS for the witty repartee as the vids can obviously be seen elsewhere. This is a tight community (as if a $10 whore were tight...) and many of us come here for the comments. Please, please, STFU.
11 years ago
Sorry but you guys are all wrong. They were shooting at propane tanks made out of dynamite and soaking in diesel and their bullets were made out of nuclear bombs.
11 years ago
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