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Interesting how they handle the recoil of a .357.......
 

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My suspicion is that there was no powder, in the cartridge, just a weak primer and a very loosely seated head, which caused the bullet to be slowed, enough, by the tempered glass and minimal propulsion, to be safe to catch. Nice stunt but a very poor example, for those who don't know guns. It might cause some to believe that glass will stop a .357 (or any other round), making it safe to play with it, as did these two.
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You know what, I didn't even notice until now that Penn's gun doesn't have a muzzle flash.

I thought it was entertaining. I love "magic" shows. I know it's all distraction and sleight of hand but that's what entertains me.
 
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