Unchained Reaction: Gravity's Carnival
The physics of air flow inspires Team Crash Space, consisting primarily of electronics experts, to create a new sort of roller coaster for their Unchained Reaction machine.
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Before General Darden arrives for the big test, Will lets one of the nuclear facility security contractors try out the Desert AR15 assault rifle on a couple of targets.
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With the freeze closing in fast, Todd gets Thurber to sample the spillover dirt from cut #3 that has to be delicately removed from underneath the wash plant.
Sons of Guns: Hogzilla to Godzilla
Will and Kris meet up with Brandon and some friends to test out the hog gun. From an airboat, they spot a hog and put the muscled up, silenced, night stalking AR to use.
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Off his game with bad cold, Dustin Hurt accidentally drops a huge boulder on the wash plant that knocks it out of action.
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