PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

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PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 13 Jul 2013, 14:28

For the 4th of July I let some friends and relatives shoot up 250+ milk jugs with the PS90.

Ammo used was SS197 and AE5728.

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by blueorison » 13 Jul 2013, 14:33

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 13 Jul 2013, 14:41

Here is another creative video I filmed with some night shots and the Viridian X5L laser.

Ammo used in this one was EA Pro II and some AE5728.

Muzzle flashes start at 1:45.

The explosions toward the end of the video are aerosol cans.

For the shots that look like they're aimed toward the camera, a tripod was used (don't worry).



Fun 4th of July celebration. :thumb:
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Post by Oldbindlestiff » 13 Jul 2013, 15:05

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 13 Jul 2013, 15:51

All done in a safe and legal manner, of course. :)

On a side note, I'm very happy with the Moerse Lekker barrel shroud for the PS90. I haven't noticed any negative effects on the gun's functionality, and it makes the barrel look a lot better in my opinion.

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by MrSlippyFist » 13 Jul 2013, 16:55

Good stuff!
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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by jgreenberg01 » 13 Jul 2013, 16:56

The Night Shooting video was really good, especially in HD. I think you just inspired me, I have to find someplace that I can do some shooting in the dark.

The jugs:

A) that took some dedication to fill all those bad-boys, and
B) it must have taken a lot of time to set that up too.
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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 13 Jul 2013, 17:26

Glad you all enjoyed!

Night shooting is always a thrill. I was surprised by the amount of flash with AE5728. Maybe I just haven't shot SS195 or SS197 in the dark recently, but it seemed like AE5728 puts out a lot more flash. The biggest muzzle flashes were still from EA Pro II though.

The milk jugs took a long time to fill. Not to mention a gallon of water weighs about 8 pounds, so 250 jugs is about 2,000 pounds of water, and that was a lot of weight for my little truck. Here is what the first load looked like (about 200 jugs in this one):

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by blueorison » 13 Jul 2013, 17:29

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What round are you shootin! That's probably one of the biggest mf's from an FsN I've seen! :)
Is that the Pro II?

And congrats for being such a great guy and letting your friends shoot your ammo up!
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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 13 Jul 2013, 17:33

Yep!

That was a round of Pro II.

That's also his new favorite picture. :laugh:

I pulled the frame from the video file using Sony Vegas Pro 10. That one is resized a bit, the original was 1920x1080.

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 13 Jul 2013, 17:38

They may have chewed through a LOT of my ammo but I got to watch, and film it, so it's a win-win. :thumb:

Now if I could just find some SS197!

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by Cashflow » 15 Aug 2013, 03:26

Looks like fun!! Don't forget the safety eyewear next time.

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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 26 Aug 2013, 14:36

I also did some slow motion closeup shots with the PS90, out of curiosity. Random bottles of water, expired tomato juice, mustard, pop, etc.

Ammo used was SS197SR.

The last shot (the explosion) is an aerosol can. No special effects were added. I had the camera zoomed in, so the flame looked like it was closer than it actually was (I had the camera back on a tripod).

As usual, I recorded with a Sanyo VPC-HD1000.

The camera doesn't have a slow mo function, so I slowed it down in my video editor (Sony Vegas Pro 10). It was shot in 1080p so it still looks alright.


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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by Rapier1772 » 26 Aug 2013, 16:57

That's a helluva way to open a jar of peanut butter :laugh:

That last one looked cool, been thinking of trying something like that out here.


Now, who got to clean up the mess? :laugh:
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Re: PS90 vs. 250+ Milk Jugs (HD)

Post by DmL5 » 26 Aug 2013, 20:39

The insects did a lot of the cleanup. :laugh:

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