OK dudes, Mattv2099 here and this is the next series of shooting weird live ammo out of a shotgun. with wax slugs. sax sabot. previously we did 7.62x54r which is pretty incredible I even ballistics tested it with ballistics gel check that out. I also did 1940 German Mauser ammo. super rare. collectible that was cool now we have 303 british. this is the lee enfield ammo I believe. and I have a few of these. probably shoot four and save one. for the collection. we’re going to see if they keyhole. if they can penetrate and if they’re accurate let’s do those tests the first test we are going going to check keyhole. we have a door at about 40 feet. with snake hound machine targets on there. I’m going to shoot at the polygon in the upper right. see if I can hit it and see if it keyholes. the other rounds were fairly accurate. let’s see if this one is too. I think it depends a lot on the weight distribution. and the rim. this one is rimmed. a lot of people speculated that the rim on the 7.62x54r was good because of the rim. we I can’t even tell where it hit to be honest I’m going to have to shoot another one. so it looks like it went right and also did not keyhole. I’m going to do that agian. the polygon in the lower right. didn’t go off. try agian again. I don’t know where it hit. it looked like it went right. so this round is going wild and to the right. it’s not hitting where I’m aiming. unlike the other ones. so let’s see if we can hit this book. I have a couple rounds left. that’s more important than hitting / smoking that 2 litre in that pot this is closer and probably easier to hit. primer not going off. kind of dangerous. alright, I hit my bullet trap. that’s kind of cool. one more let’s smoke that terra cotta pot unlikely that I can hit it. this round is oddly weighted yeah, totally missed the pot. let’s go check it out. the first one I was aiming at this polygon here. Ihit right there. it’s not a single hole. that looks like a 7.62×39 I think I hit there. the next one, I was aiming here and it went high and right that’s a weird hole I think that might be a 7.62×39 that’s the hole so we have our bullet trap right here. let’s extract the round and check it out. found a use for all these NRA magazines. that have been piling up over the years. so here is the round. it totally got devestated. flattened out looks like it’s hitting then tumpling bullet goes straight in. then gets mangled. that’s pretty cool. I’ve done a few of these world war two ammo tests. check out the videos they are pretty cool. I have one or two more coming up. thank you for watching.