We got 2200 pounds of water and a cannon. You know how this works (VIDEO)

The IV8888 crew along with the Gun Collective took a shot to see if a giant vault of good ole H2O could slow down a 10,500-grain solid projectile shot from a small field artillery piece.

The avocado-sized shell carried something like 46,000 ft./lbs. of energy and they set it off at point blank range, so something somewhere has to give.

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