Did you miss your activation email? Gunsite is an institution I trust. I get an avast block saying those two spots are infected with Infection: Low Penetration Rounds for Defense. I load my own with 26 grains of Reloder VMax is a liability limiter if you consider working in structures.
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Not enough penetration but the 40g v-mav at do the job very well. Any round will go through the typical sheet rock walls of American houses. It did not penetrate as deeply as the Nosler Partition, nor make as large a cavity as the Bear Claw, but it made a significantly larger cavity at much greater depth than either of these. I guess I would have to take that with a grain of salt. Now this was before I could get my hands on ballistic gel and figured that clay would be a decent media. That is why I clarified my response. Temporary cavitation is important because it can be a tremendous wounding mechanism.
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Killed a lb boar hog once with a running shot through the shoulder with the barnes at a hundred yards, it didn't make the offside shoulder break but he went down within 50yds. You're not worried about it penetrating multiple walls? You have an approximate idea, besides, if it has tumbled and gone sideways, then it has lost the majority of energy. This kid did just that, multiple times: Also, in Nam the rifling was a different twist than what is currently common Agreed. I only read the first link, which said the rounds didn't penetrate more than 1" It existed because it filled a role within constraints of rules, laws, and agreements that the US abides by for the military.
Even high brass 6 or 7 shot does not deliver enough energy in individual pellets to reliably penetrate to vitals on a human with a center of mass shot. As for a muzzle break or a flash suppressor on my AR, it has the stock Bushmaster bird cage found on their 16" barrels. The point you didn't mention is they are not a hunting bullet. For solid, scientifically backed first-hand info, you should ask DocGKR, a true expert in the field that posts here. I am pretty close to getting same point of impact FMJ vs. If those officers had been armed with. After a brief conversation he basically said "he wasn't going to jail" and tried to slam the door.