One of the most devastating weapons of all time is the shotgun. Something that many shooters don't know, is that you can actually make your own shotgun ammo, buy utilizing bird and target loads, and modifying the projectile. This significantly lowers the cost per round, making it more affordable to have projectiles that can damage your attacker.
This video shows a couple of guys stuffing flat washers into a shot shell, to see how they work. Make sure you watch the whole video, because they do slow-mo at the end, and you can actually see the flight path of the washers after they leave the muzzle.
Unfortunately, they don't test them out on a dummy or against a wall. But, it is still cool, nonetheless.
I've never made washer-shot before, but some of the most effective, and cheapest, are wax slugs which is something I've done. But, that will be a topic for another day. Enjoy the video:
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