What Slow Motion Cameras Were Made For: Bullets Liquifying Upon Impact

This super slo-mo video montage  contains an assortment of bullets hitting different materials and creating some astonishing impacts.  Bullets liquify when hitting to strong a metal to pierce, paper doesn’t rip, but shatters, and ballistic gel quite simply doesn’t stand a chance.

(Via Mentalfloss)

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One Response to What Slow Motion Cameras Were Made For: Bullets Liquifying Upon Impact

  1. Scott Reeser says:

    I’m just completely dumbfounded over 1 million FPS. I can’t even imagine the computing power that must take to process that many frames of video per second over time…

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