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Old 01-14-2012, 12:59 AM   #11
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You know I've heard about the 5.7 being made to penetrate body armor
Sorry, I hit send on accident. Anyway, I don't understand how a small, high velocity bullet punches through kevlar?
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You know I've heard about the 5.7 being made to penetrate body armor
I picked one up about 2 weeks ago for my own collection and what I've seen so far is with the right ammo that puppy will go right through a level 3 Kevlar vest without so much as slowing down...
It's just a bit scary when the "what if" scenario's start to pop up
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I think a .50 BMG to the grape might challenge that theory... :)
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True, but if you put a .50 BMG to the grape, there's not going to be much to look at in X-rays.

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I picked one up about 2 weeks ago for my own collection and what I've seen so far is with the right ammo that puppy will go right through a level 3 Kevlar vest without so much as slowing down...
It's just a bit scary when the "what if" scenario's start to pop up
Wow. What grain bullet does it shoot?, and do you think it would stop a person as well as it penetrates armor?
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I've got it loaded right now with 40 grain v-max bullets and these will not penetrate a vest
but when we tested it last week I had my friend from the local SWAT team request some of the restricted AP ammo.

With the correct shot placement it sure would stop somebody, do I think that it will replace my 1911 anytime soon?
Not a snowballs chance in hell.

The only reason that I carry it at work is for demonstration to my customers.

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I'm saying a suppressed Glock 17. As far as my 3 mags allowed...they make 33 round mags for the Glock 9mm, so I'll take 3 of those please.

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I picked one up about 2 weeks ago for my own collection and what I've seen so far is with the right ammo that puppy will go right through a level 3 Kevlar vest without so much as slowing down...
It's just a bit scary when the "what if" scenario's start to pop up
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All depends, are the guards wearing body armor?
If they are, I'll take a FN Five-Seven with a suppressor.
If they aren't I'll take Ruger MK II with an integral suppressor.
I'm also currently on the market for a lightweight holographic... Taking suggestions on a thread of mine under sights and optics.

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I would go with the P238. It is easily concealable so I can have it hidden until I can be secluded with one of the guards to put some rounds in him with the muzzle right up against him to reduce the sound. Then I would take the guards weapons and go to town.

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