This is a discussion on katana splits .50BMG round within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; amazing YouTube - katana vs .50 machine gun heres another with a .45 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pNiX_l-HEGM...
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.50 BMG – I’m actually surprised it took so many hits before the sword broke. I would say that is one well made sword.
.45 ACP – I wonder whether that was FMJ or JHP ammo. How much of a difference would it have made?
That proves you don't bring a sword to a gun fight
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It was impressive to see that katana slice a bullet in half...
I wonder how many shots it would have taken, to do that without a platform for the firearm?
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That's one confusing video - filmed with an American crew/personnel, Japanese voice-over, Japanese onscreen verbiage, and finally Korean and Japanese subtitles.
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I did enjoy the double subtitles with 3 different languages.
Does it make anyone else sad and/or proud that whenever they film this kind of thing they always come here to the US, the only place where it is legal?
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