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In Act Of Valor, the upcoming action fim featuring active NAVY Seals, directors Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh describe the danger of filming with live ammunition.
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There is nothing better that watching or being part of what is called "The Mad Moment". In terms of seeing what is let go during the final few seconds as an enemy get into danger close. We could see "hell" as every weapon let lose and hear the sounds as they created a wall of death.
Live fire is a once in a life time sight. If you live near a military base ya got to see what they can do.
+fush thediamond Okay I thought so I will explain it to you if you wish to find the answer to your question, read on, otherwise you can disregard this now.
They filmed two separate scenes, one of the live firing and another of the bad guys taking cover. After that, through video editing they merge the scenes together to create a realistic looking battle. I don't know if you would understand what I said but, No, the bad guys didn't really die and LT didn't really explode. They don't kill people just to make movies.
@toobadbear As the metal heats up from the passing of so many rounds from an M61 or other high velocity weapon, it can cause fuel and fumes to heat up and explode, particularly from sparking. I've seen it happen years ago. Kinda crazy...
Kudos to the crew and who ever came up with the idea of live ammo. Then again - I wonder if they "supplemented" explosions or the results of live firing... Seeing that in reality, no car would explode like we have seen in so many action films, I can imagine that a perforated car just looks kind of unspectacular.
Looking forward to that movie!
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