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Old 09-16-2012, 04:39 PM   #71
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I noticed the good doctor did not show any FMJ or JSP wounds. Bullets that would penetrate deep enough to hit vital organs and create a nice exit wound. I guess when the bad guys break into a gun shop they steal the most valuable ammo regardless of how effective it may or may not be.
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Old 09-18-2012, 04:14 AM   #72
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This ammo is designed differently.
It is meant it do a lot of damage, I think they tested it on Several different animals.

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The doctor only confirmed my belief that in anything smaller than a 357mag only a FMJ will do. I am a firm believer in exit wounds. I have killed deer with a 7.62x39. Often the bullet often didn't exit the deer's body. Even though the shot was lethal the deer ran far enough a tracking dog was required to find the deer. When I shoot a deer with a 30/06 even though the bullet is the same diameter the deer goes down right there. The instant blood loss from the exit wound is impressive. I have seen blood spattered for several feet with a 30/06.
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:11 PM   #74
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

IMO, it's not the exit wound,

it's the near liquification of organs

and muscle tissue caused by a 30.06

at reasonable range. What you thought was

blood, might have been organs or muscles,

moments before.
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