Shotgun slugs made from frozen toilet paper (VIDEO)

Exotic shotgun shell masters, Taofledermaus, squeezed the Charmin in an effort to make a few shotgun slugs out of shaped and chilled 2-ply.

Don’t laugh, Pykrete, frozen composite material made from sawdust or paper products and ice is really strong. In fact, during World War II, the British looked into using Pykrete to make a virtually unsinkable aircraft carrier during Project Habakkuk, but that’s a different story.

And one that was about as successful as these shotgun shells.

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