The good ole .30-30 tested against stacks and stacks of sheet metal (VIDEO)

Edwin Sarkissian breaks out a vintage Winchester Model 94 Texas Ranger Commemorative and pits it against a tabletop of 24 gauge sheet metal.

The .30-30 Winchester/.30 WCF has been around for over 120 years and it has been argued that probably more deer have been shot at with a rifle chambered in the caliber than any other in North America. But how does it stand up to sheet metal?

Speaking of deer rifles and penetration tests, Edwin turns to the .30-06 Springfield from a Remmy Model 742 semi-auto and sweeps the leg.

‘Aught Six, bruh.

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