I remember when I taught my sister and her husband to shoot a few years back, I told them that if I ever saw them look down the barrel, especially after a misfire, that I'd probablyshoot them myself. They never did look down the barrel.
What do you wanna bet he never does that again :cheesygrin:. Reminds me that nature is a much better teacher than I am.
Fake...note about 22 seconds in (when the shotgun "discharges" the smoke below his hand. This isn't possible...the discharge would come out the barrel if the round actually discharged from the tube.
Note also that the sound is cutoff immediately - this is because they overwrote the previous echo from the shot over top of the "fake" shot.
Not well done...but the premise is stupid to begin with...:thumbsdown:
I think it's real. He had what as known as a hang-fire. However, Here-cocked the gun and it went click again so there is that. 2 bad loads in a row? Possible. I was taught that if you drop the hammer and the gun just goes click, to make sure the barrel is pointed in a safe direction and wait a full minute before ejecting the defective round. Just in case. The stoopid SOB was literally inches from removing his face. I'll bet the powder burn felt real good.
If it is fake and I'll readily admit that it could be, it could be used in a Bubba hunting safety course. Geez, looking down the barrel....what a maroon.
I just noticed the filter when I said re- .:smiler: I altered the spelling so it worked correctly.