PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a wacky world full of topsy-turvy madness like the idea that a frying pan could stop a bullet and keep you from dying in any situation. YouTube channel Logical Increments wondered whether or not this was actually a legitimate thing that could happen in real life, and thus went to work to test several guns to see if a cast iron frying pan could stop their bullets. The results were enlightening, to say the least.
The tests included the Kar98k rifle, P1911 and P92 weapons, all of which can be found in PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. They’re fired at the cast iron skillet, which has a watermelon behind it for safety. That should clue you in on what happens with some of the tests if nothing else. What can we say? PUBG is dangerous. But you already knew that.
It’s a fascinating video if you’ve ever wondered about just how powerful these guns you mess about with in PUBG actually are, or if you just like seeing people destroy things, which can be fun sometimes. PUBG continues to be massively popular as well, having sold over 8 million copies since it hit the scene. Now that’s a lot of frying pans needed to save someone’s tush.
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