Carbide polycarb slugs vs AR500 armor (VIDEO)

The Taofledermaus crew of merry shotgunners found surprising success with a .70 caliber polycarbonate round with a carbide penetrator against hard plate armor.

The armor used, Level III plate from AR500, held up to a .308 round like a champ but the polycarbonate shotgun slug acted like a sabot for the 1/4-inch carbide core which, propelled by re-purposed Federal low brass, went through the plate like a fat kid through cake.

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