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Big Thanks again to BigBuckeyeGuy for sending me these:



Had I known the first area was direct into bone, I would have done the 1st more to the right. It did hit the bone right away, but the base continued 6-7" after. However no easily discernible wound path from the base...
 

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Some guy was selling a box of this stuff on CL. I was interested in trying a few out and maybe popping the rest in my home defense 9mm but he wanted $100 for 20rds.

When I replied back I asked if they were heatseeking.
 

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Only thing I would think would be a cool test is a car window! May not be very easy to do. I've seen a plywood test on TV, seen the gelatin block and the test on water / fruit.
 

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Good review Buff man, thanks for putting it together!

Didn't know if you saw this one using ballistic gel but you reiterated to me that on flesh it isn't all that it's hyped up to be. This was interesting to see the slow motion reaction of the round: G2 Research's RIP Ammo - Ballistic Testing, Phase Two | The Truth About Guns
Yeah I've looked at STB's tests, and they're spot on. the round shows very quick explosive expansion, but the permanent wound cavity, afterwards is lack luster.
 
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