Back when I was first starting to write about guns I was looking for a way to test the terminal performance of .17 HMR ammo. I figured a soup can stuffed with a potato would be about the same as a groundhog’s head so that was my ballistic test medium. I think it worked out OK. Based on my hunting experiences with the .17 HMR, it was representative of the heads on the groundhogs I killed.
However, I think these guys have the right idea. But I’m left with a question; WTH is “fake SPAM?” Can you fake a fake or is SPAM and actual thing? I mean, does it have its own spot on the periodic table or the food chain? One thing is for sure, I like fried SPAM and fried eggs. Now I know how to make SPAM hash!
Oh, and yeah, I like the GALCO box! That’s a unique tool for a high-tech ballistics test range.