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Started by Snowcrash, April 12, 2013, 17:37:08 PM

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DaveMorton

really didn't enjoy that one much, I'm afraid. I wonder if I'm slow-mo'd out...
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Carl2

  I'd agree, the last vid was not up to par.
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DaveMorton

This isn't actually from Gav and Dan's main channel, but I found it to be really interesting, and quite informative.

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Snowcrash

More stuff with guns from Destin.

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Carl2

  Very interesting to be able to see the shock wave of a bullet going faster than sound. 
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Snowcrash

"I cannot remember the books I've read any more than the meals I have eaten; even so, they have made me."

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Carl2

  Not a favorite but still an interesting vid.
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Snowcrash

More gun fun from Destin.



I like the super sonic unburnt propellant.
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Carl2

 Somewhat good video, maybe a little over my head. to much time spent on Hello Fresh.
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DaveMorton

Quote from: Carl2 on December 01, 2018, 19:44:15 PM
Somewhat good video, maybe a little over my head. to much time spent on Hello Fresh.
Carl2

I agree with you, Carl, about the ad content. It's a bit much, IMHO.

the subject matter was fascinating, though. Interesting that some of the propellant escaped the muzzle before the bullet. That shows that the seal between the bullet and the barrel isn't as tight as I had imagined it would be.
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Freddy

I enjoyed the jelly one  8) :thumbsup:

I don't see adverts on YouTube as I use an ad blocker. I used to live with it and thought it fair enough, but they started spamming so many ads I gave up and blocked them all.

DaveMorton

That's why YouTubers like Destin (and even Gav and Dan, lately) have been putting adverts into the video themselves. I may not agree with the practice, but I understand the thinking behind it.
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Freddy

Yes I feel a bit bad if it's affecting original content, that's the downside.  :(

Freddy

To be fair, I rarely if ever clicked on adverts anywhere on the web anyway.

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These blokes are so funny!
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