This past weekend, yesterday to be exact, we held the August edition of the Bayou Rifles Monthly Long Range (1000 yards) match. We use the Shot Marker e-target scoring system and yesterday we had 10 targets operating flawlessly for the entire day. We ran 32 shooters through the 3 matches in just under 4 hours. As I was walking the line, I heard someone complaining that shots were not registering properly on the target. I walked over to that target to see if I could help. The shooter had just taken a shot at the target and it had not registered. This was shooter #4 on that target, and he was new to us. He was about 15 shots through his string and some shots were just not registering. I instructed him to take another one again and it showed up on the screen. Maybe he was missing sometimes. As I was waling away he took another shot and out of the corner of my eye, I saw something that gave me pause. I thought I saw a little white cloud just 60-70 yards down. So I stopped. Soon enough the shooter was again complaining his shot didn't show up on the target. At that point, I was sure of what I thought I had seen. It had been several years since the last time I saw such a thing, but I had just witnessed a bullet blowing up in flight. I told the shooter that his bullets were blowing up, just not getting to the target at all. As he got ready to shoot again, I pulled out my smartphone, started the camera app, selected telephoto and started recording. This is what I captured: http://img.gg/m9TAt9y As you can see, the bullet blows up, self-immolates in the blink of an eye. If you do not know what to look for, you will miss it. When everyone is focused on their scopes for the trace or the tablet to see the results, they miss the event. This was a 6.5 Creedmoor, factory Hornady 147gr ammo in a factory rifle with a 1:8 twist.