Target shooters pride themselves on speed and accuracy, but even they are bound by the laws of physics. We haven’t taken any liberties with the title, this video—admittedly a classic—shows how 128 clay pigeons meet their end with exactly one shot. The gun used for this undertaking is, of course, a punt gun.

For those that are wondering what a punt gun is, they should look no further than their shotgun of choice. Now imagine the same firearm scaled up about 20 times and capable of firing well over a pound of shot at a time. These massive firearms were traditionally mounted on small boats in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries for commercial waterfowl harvesting, and were capable of killing up to 50 ducks at a time.

Image screenshot of video by Ryan Stille on YouTube

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  • jpw3415

    There were a lot of clays left unbroken