Hey guys, I be need'in your help.
I have been a Hunter Ed istructor for a number of years.
Each year I have to explain that a firearm, fired with an obstructed barrel will burst the barrel.
Now explaining this to 12 year olds who have no concept of physics is a challenge. Most years, the students look at the photos and pretty much take my word for it.
I know the day is coming when a student will ask, well how come the bullet doesn't push the obstruction out of the barrel?
I need your help in coming up with a quick efficient way to explain this without a lot of complex physics language.