Ok, maybe I am getting a little over-excited here, but... I've watched several of this guy's videos, and I think he's a crazy as a plaid rabbit. But, that being said, he is kind of...interesting. Check out the video below . It's why the U.S. Government doesn't want teen-aged mad scientists to have access to Sodium and Potassium in metallic form. Ah, another miracle of modern chemistry. I don't think this guy really understands that he has invented (or re-invented) a consummate close-quarter combat round. Nobody wants to get shot with a bullet. Nobody wants to get shot with a flaming bullet. And NOBODY wants to get shot with a flaming lead bullet with delusions of hand-grenade. Simple. Easy to make--just don't forget to seal it up with the hot glue. Reasonably cheap,. And scary as hell. What a GREAT guerilla round. So: 1) What happens when you hit a Kevlar vest at close range? 2) Will the entire bullet melt down into a glob somewhere along the way if fired at a long distance target? 3) Are these tracer rounds or exploding rounds, or both? 4) What would the cops say if I shot someone with one of these rounds in lawful self-defense? And, in closing, my friends, I am very pleased to say that now I know you CAN blow up a car with just one bullet without having to rely on Special Effects.