Demolition Ranch Does The Hobo Test

Rock salt and bean bang rounds at a denim over meat target:

“Everyone know’s that plastic bags are the exact same thickness and density as human skin.” haha the delivery of that troll was flawless.

The moral of the story is “buy a shotgun“, and don’t use these gimmick rounds for anything but fun.

DemolitionRanch-YouTubeI really hope he hit the BBQ with those ribs after the vid.

When Demolition Ranch has hobo penetration on his mind, he wears the AR-15 Builders Club t-shirt from ENDO Apparel.




Brannon LeBouef May 11, 2013 at 11:23 am

Cool video!

On a more technical note, as it relates to the beanbag penetrating, keep in mind he is shooting the target against a solid object versus a free standing person. It would be the same as shooting someone laying on the ground. It is generally not advised to shoot someone who is laying down as it does not allow the body to absorb the impact properly.

I think the rock salt historically has been more for the long term torture effect of having the burning salt in the wound. LOL


Crunkleross May 11, 2013 at 01:24 pm

Before you use deadly force you better be sure you are justified not matter what rounds are in your firearm.


Cliff May 11, 2013 at 04:39 pm

Now he just needs to fire some black pepper and spice rub rounds at it and we’ll be ready to barbecue


Bryant Levingston May 11, 2013 at 05:04 pm

Wow, awesome job man.
@crunkleross – you can use deadly force on an inanimate object without justification.


Jim P. May 11, 2013 at 08:32 pm

Salt rock rounds were traditionally used for firing in the dark to scare off the marauding teens.


Jason May 14, 2013 at 12:44 am

We used to go looking for shrooms in the cow pastures when I was a teenager and got shot at a few times with rock salt loads. Only had a few salt grains go thru my shirt, but they lost momentum/velocity when it hit the shirt and didn’t break the skin. The ones that hit my elbow and neck did go in and I tell you what… that sh*t hurt really bad!

and I agree with Bryant… it’s perfectly legal to use deadly force on packaged meat.



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