The easiest way to clean out a table of bowling pins is via .50 cal (VIDEO)

Edwin Sarkissian takes out some Serbu-fueled .50BMG aggression on a line of repurposed Brunswick red stripes.

While the well-used pins are WIBC & ABC approved, they aren’t really built to take 671-grains of abuse, although (spoiler alert) that plastic coating is tougher than you would think.

Want to see how the pins do against a Glock? Check out the below video where it seems some of the retired bowling alley targets were given a pre-rinse with 9mm and .40S&W. And it is amazing that he didn’t lose a fingertip when he went to saw a pin in half to see just what it’s made of.

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