Splitting Pellets with a Knife in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

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Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

When you throw a lump of metal at a very sharp piece of metal, the sharp piece of metal wins. You can't see it with your eyeball, but thankfully Gav and Dan are here.
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Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

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Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

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Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

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Splitting Pellets with a Knife in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys

Splitting Pellets With A Knife In Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

19 thoughts on “Splitting Pellets with a Knife in Slow Motion – The Slow Mo Guys”

  1. You should put glue on you finger tips and let it dry a bit then pull your fingers apart and film the columns?

  2. Inside was definitely a good idea, those goggles didn’t look like they’d do much to stop pellets.

    Finally know what those SOG knives were for though.

  3. You should make a video with Demolition Ranch to see if you can split a 50cal bullet with a knife in slomo.

  4. SOG = studies and observations group. It was designed for covert missions in Vietnam. They needed a knife/tool that had no identifying markings so in the case that the tool was dropped at the scene during a spec ops mission by accident, the enemy couldnt trace the company and find out which country was involved in whatever operation/mission was carried out on their soil. This was so the American military forces would have plausible deniability in the event a soldier was captured or the weapon was left behind. Theyve since become a specialty blade manufacturing company with superior blade forging technology which supplies to civilian customers. I love SOG blades. You cant go wrong if you buy SOG. They make things like throwing axes and tac gear as well.

  5. OMG, I just watched this in .05 speed as suggested by a viewer and you guys sound just a bit inebriated at that speed. lol. It brought a whole new level of entertainment to the video. try it from here: 3:32 at .05 speed and see what I mean. 😉

  6. Hey guys I’m Gavin from selah Washington and I just wanted to say when i started watching your channel I thought it was awesome that one of the Slow mo guys had the same name as me!!!! And thanks for being such amazing youtubers!!!!! Your videos make me so happy to watch!!!!

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