Shooting an 80 lb chunk of plastic with a .50 cal (VIDEO)

After stumbling across an 80-pound column of unwanted polypropylene plastic, 704 Tactical decided to get it involved in a love triangle that includes a Vepr and a .50 cal.

Polypropylene or polypropene, is a thermoplastic polymer that is known as the “superhero” of the plastics biz because it can be used in so many different applications. The thing is, the only use 704T has for the 18-inch thick block of polymer it as a test bed for some .308, then .458 SOCOM, and finally, the beastmaster that is .50 BMG.

That pesky BMG. It always finds itself in the most unusual predicaments but has a way of working itself out of them.

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