Gun fan returns with darts, arrows and fire: viral video spotlight
Tuesday 10 May 2011
YouTube regular FPS Russia is well known for his videos featuring demonstrations of various weapons. The latest video, which features darts, arrows and fire, has attracted over one-and-a-half million views in two days.
The full video - titled "12 Gauge Dragons Breath" - has, as of 10am GMT May 10, attracted 1,787,168 views and 86,579 'likes' after being uploaded on May 8.
According to YouTube statistics, the video has a global audience and, on May 10, is most popular in Northern Europe, North America, South Africa, India and Australia among men aged from 13 to 34.
During the course of the video, YouTube user FPS Russia fires a variety of specialty shotgun rounds - including darts, an arrow and "the dragon's breath round" which sets targets on fire - at two mannequins.
FPS Russia's YouTube videos frequently go viral; one of his previous videos " AA-12 Fully Automatic Shotgun" has gained nearly eight million views since being uploaded to YouTube two weeks ago and is currently the second most watched over the seven days prior to May 10.
The full video of "12 Gauge Dragons Breath" is available to watch at - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RP4FjODPDFA
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