As is known to all, titanium has the characteristics of low density and high strength. Titanium alloy is a very hard material. But how hard is the titanium alloy? Someone did an interesting experiment. So let's take a look at the final result.
At the beginning of the experiment, he used a .22 LR pistol. After firing, he found that the titanium plate did not change significantly.
Then he changed another CZ scorpion that can shoot 9mm bullets. After a shot, the titanium plate was only slightly scratched.
After trying a lot of guns, he finally chose a .50 rifle, which could be very powerful. But in the end, the titanium plate was still not broken and only a groove was formed.
What do you think after reading this? It's cool, right? Titanium is really a very, very hard material, and it is now widely used in many high-tech fields. In the future it will provide greater convenience for our lives.