Great link. I think this would be the main part of interest and I'm happy to say my 10mm is well in the range even at 50 yards.
Even though Wang et al. document remote neural damage for low levels of energy transfer, roughly 100 ft·lbf (140 J), these levels of neural damage are probably too small to contribute to rapid incapacitation. Courtney and Courtney believe that remote neural effects only begin to make significant contributions to rapid incapacitation for ballistic pressure wave levels above 500 psi (3,400 kPa) (corresponds to transferring roughly 300 ft·lbf (410 J) in 12 inches (30 cm) of penetration) and become easily observable above 1,000 psi (6,900 kPa) (corresponds to transferring roughly 600 ft·lbf (810 J) in 12 inches (0.30 m) of penetration).  Incapacitating effects in this range of energy transfer are consistent with observations of remote spinal injuries,  observations of suppressed EEGs and apnea in pigs  and with observations of incapacitating effects of ballistic pressure waves without a wound channel.