GAV: I've gone all the way over here because I don't want to get sticky on the cameras.
DAN: Bit harder to hit the target from here actually, as well. Yeah.
GAV: Is it?
DAN: OH!! Pfffffft-ah!!! You're kiddin' me!!
GAV: No way!
DAN: It got me directly in the face!
DAN: Oh man! If I hadn't had these on it'd have got me in the eye ball!
GAV: It came out the other side!
DAN: Did it?
DAN: I am not getting shot by that thing!
GAV: It went all the way through!
DAN: That's the entrance there.
GAV: Did you go right through the hole in the 'e'?
DAN: Yeah well that's what I was aiming for, obviously.
GAV: I looked over and it was just-- it was spewing out of both sides at once.
DAN: Right, this is what I saw, okay? I was here, just like, "oh co-- co-- ho-- fire, come on!"
DAN: It, like, after aiming, it fired, and I was surprised that it fired, and then,
DAN: because I had my eyes open, all I saw was this-- this-- I saw in slow motion I swear!
DAN: Just strawberries coming straight at my face. I don't even think it hit the table. It just went, "tssssssst"
DAN: straight into my eyes, and on my ears and everything, and I was just like, "Eeeuuggghhh!!!"
DAN: Absolutely nailed me!
DAN: That's incredible! I was never expecting it to go through both sides, I thought it would sort of struggle to get through one side.
DAN: And this is what I mean, right? It just went straight to me!
GAV: Just straight in your face!
DAN: It didn't even hit the table! It's not even hitting the table, it just went straight into my face.
GAV: That's so funny!
GAV: You've drunk half the can.
DAN: Yeah, I really have. What a way to open a can!
DAN: I think it's the only gun that's actually comical. It's funny how small it is,
DAN: and it even made a cheeky little exit there, just tore through. I've never seen such a small hole!
GAV: Knocked it over!
DAN: So you would assume that this is the exit wound, but, if you push it together,
DAN: you can actually see that that's where it went in, and it's come out of here.
DAN: Took off! The entire can took off!
GAV: When the pellet comes out the other side, it doesn't split immediately. There's actually a few frames where it's just a hole.
DAN: That's because this is pressurized, so as soon as it like gets weakened, it just goes, "Whoahhhh!"
GAV: What are you about to do?
DAN: Shoot a little (Lego?) man in the face.
DAN: With this. This to him, is gigantic!
GAV: It's like an artillery cannon!
DAN: Yeah, it's like an artillery cannon or something.
DAN: Okay, ready?
DAN: Oh, where'd he go?
GAV: He just vanished!
DAN: Where'd he go? Oh here he is! I found him!
DAN: Oh his arm went! I took his arm off! I took his arm off.
GAV: At this speed, when I rock it backwards and forwards, you can actually see the momentum travel through his body like he's a full-sized human.
DAN: Look, you can see where it's hit there, and it's like, knocked his arm off.
GAV: He's got an arm off.
DAN: I'm sorry pal!
GAV: So this bloke has survived a Lego plane crash...
GAV: and now you blew his arm off?
DAN: I feel sorry for him now, you've made me feel guilty about it. There's no need for that!
DAN: OH! I think I got him. I think I knocked his block off.
DAN: I shot his hat off! Yeah!
GAV: You shot the hat off a Lego man?
DAN: Ohh... wait, what? Ohh...
GAV: I think it hit the front of his hat.
GAV: See that dent in his red hat?
DAN: Yeah. That's an absolute headshot there.
GAV: It protected him!
DAN: His earphones are still on as well.
GAV: His muffs and his hat protected him.
GAV: It actually saved his head!
DAN: So found his hat. It's got a huge dent in it right in the forehead middle part.
DAN: To scale that's probably about a mile his hat flew.
DAN: This is an execution... OH!! Ow!
DAN: Ahhh! Hit my finger!
GAV: It hit you!
GAV: Because this is so small, I want to get a shot on a macro lens.
GAV: This is a Canon macro lens, and this is a PL mount, so I'm gonna have to do a little bit of...
GAV: ... open-heart surgery on the Phantom here.
GAV: First I should take this lens off.
GAV: You tilt it down a little bit, sort of lessens the chance that anything will fall onto the sensor.
GAV: Canon mount...
GAV: ... stick a shim in there...
DAN: I like how you're individually tightening the screws a little bit, because it's a circle you can't get away
DAN: with just tightening one at a time.
GAV: Yeah, if you put one all the way in then there's no way this one would go in.
GAV: So now... this Phantom fits Canon lenses!
GAV: Go look at the end of that! Isn't that weird?
DAN: Nice job!
GAV: A-thank you!
DAN: We're gonna use the clamp just to make sure that, because the macro has such a fine little focus, and I've got such fat fingers,
DAN: Anytime I fire it, it inevitably moves millimeters left and right,
DAN: but because we're macro that means that that's a whole world out of focus.
DAN: So we're gonna have to use a clamp here to make sure it just doesn't move and I'll just *boop* fire it.
DAN: Oh my word! It makes it look huge!
GAV: Look at this, it looks so big and heavy. It's like, "pshooo-pah"
DAN: It looks like a huge piece of machinery, doesn't it?
GAV: Just the fact that the legs sink into the grass, was throwing the whole thing out of focus. I was having to hold it...
DAN: I saw you bracing your thumb against this...
GAV: ... in 3D space. I was doing this. I was like...
GAV: I was controlling the whole thing by extending my finger against the table, like that.
DAN: Yeah. Clever!
GAV: So this will be a macro shot right at the barrel.
DAN: Oh... it's so quick! You don't see anything.
GAV: You don't see anything.
GAV: Just for size comparison in that macro shot, I want to see what the coin looks like next to the barrel.
GAV: Go for it!
DAN: That's mental!
GAV: A good visual comparison there.
DAN: That is really cool. Nice idea!
DAN: I like how the foresight is out of focus, but the side of the barrel isn't. That must be... like a millimeter?
DAN: Yeah, a quarter is fatter than the distance between... the foresight and the edge of the barrel,
DAN: which is like, about a millimeter probably. So 1mm out, and you've completely lost focus.
DAN: Is it weird that I had as much fun firing this little thing as I did the 50 cal, just in a different way?
GAV: I prefer this because it doesn't rattle my head.
DAN: Well of course you do! Yeah, to be fair, I have a headache after firing this now.
DAN: Yeah, that's really little-- really fun.
GAV: I might though, on the macro shots, take all the sounds from the 50 Cal and put 'em...
GAV: I liked that though, just enjoyed the whole of making that video. Was nice and fun, nice and easy.
GAV: Aside from the macro, that was a nightmare.
DAN: Surprisingly powerful though.
DAN: Have to be careful with these things. They're not to be messed around with, really.
GAV: Well I mean we saw what it did to... the-- the can, it had an exit wound.
DAN: Exactly. Exactly, yeah.
GAV: You wouldn't want that in your eye or your... any skin.
DAN: No, so just point it away at all times, you're wearing like safety goggles and all that good stuff.
DAN: My trigger discipline was solid today.
GAV: Hopefully you enjoyed that video.
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GAV: We've also got the other one behind the scenes and all that. Slow Mo Guys 2.
GAV: You can bung that a sub as well if you want. It's just more us... tragically, just...
GAV: It's more of us blokes. We'll see you in the next video!
Gav and Dan have fired some massive guns. This is not a video that contains a massive gun. In fact, this gun is smaller than a lot of bullets! Follow us on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/gavinfree/ https://www.instagram.com/danielgruchy/
Do not mess around with pinfire guns at home. You could get a tiny but very real owwie. Filmed on the Phantom v2640 at 12,500fps Firing a 2 inch Gun at 12,000fps - The Slow Mo Guys