Skip to comments.Donít Try This at Home: Swedish Hunter Opens Beer With a Shotgun
Posted on 01/15/2014 10:37:43 AM PST by nickcarraway
A Swedish hunter has provided new insight into how to open a bottle of beer by shooting its cap off with a shotgun.
Carlsberg-loving Anders Rodenberg uploaded a video to YouTube showing him perform the dangerous stunt.
Real men drink beer, he says in the clip, before holding the bottle of Carlsberg at arms-length and firing the shotgun, blowing off the lid.
Video: Man uses a shotgun to open his bottle of beer If Carlsberg made hunters: Anders Rodenberg uses shotgun to open his beer (Picture: YouTube/Anders Rodenberg) He then holds the undamaged glass bottle to the camera adding, and I drink Carlsberg, before taking a refreshing sip.
The 15-second video, titled How to open a beer in Sweden part II, has attracted over 18,000 views and some negative comments.
Many have branded the stunt as stupid, but some admired his skills.
One YouTube user said: This was a really stupid thing to do safety wise, but also mildly impressive.
Can anyone identify the shotgun?
Or so I've heard.
The shell used?
I prefer my brew without glass shards.
Got a new trick I want to try...
CNN thinks it may have been an AR15.
I confess to being more than a little impressed.
More likely a Glock.
Can anyone identify the shotgun?.....One that works?
Danger, Will Robinson.
I’ll say it works! And it wasn’t wasted on Carlsberg, either!
Better to use something like this:
After a few beers, it still works safely.
Czechoslovakian made? Almost looks like a combination gun.
What makes this stupid is that the beer costs $10 per can. Sweden has highest booze tax, and highest booze prices, on the planet. Pretty expensive misfire
Joke in Sweden is that Finland and Denmark were created so Swedes can get cheap booze.
Valmet, Finnish made. You can tell by the profile of the receiver and the top latch. It’s a a bit of a Kreighoff K32 clone, but a lot less expensive.
LOL! Looks good!
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