Chances of survival with a 50 cal head shot?

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  1. Dannyverwijk

    Dannyverwijk New Member

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    Hello Guys, i hope someone has experience to answer this question or could test it on a ballistic head Dummy.
    I was wondering look if a Guy shoot me at 15 feet in the forehead with a Gold Titanium Desert Eagle and they jused a 300 Grain xtp JHP round. What are the odds of a fatality outcome if it a straight hit or at an angle?
    You can also mail me on : jboytwente@gmail.com magnum-research-desert-eagle-50ae_003.jpg
     
  2. Dakota1

    Dakota1 Well-Known Member

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    I noticed your profile says you're 18. Are you sure there is not an extra "1" there?
     

  3. MisterMcCool

    MisterMcCool Well-Known Member Supporter

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    A gold titanium desert eagle is extra lethal. No way you would survive that. Even a basic desert eagle would either kill you or guarantee you would be getting coloring books for Christmas and Birthdays for the rest of your life. :p
     
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  4. Dannyverwijk

    Dannyverwijk New Member

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    Okay you not joking? Are you sure that there is no exception that i could survive a gold titanium 50AE shot at 15 feet in the forehead?
     
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  5. Dannyverwijk

    Dannyverwijk New Member

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    I'm not eleven troll
     
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  7. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    1. The color of a firearm has no bearing on the lethality of the firearm.
    2. A hit in the forehead from any major caliber firearm has a 99.99999 probability of killing you. That would be .38 Special power range and up.
    3. Your question is likely to draw silly responses.

    As an Admin, I can see your location, and note that it is from an area with many firearm restrictions. That, along with being a young person, makes it understandable that you will had limited exposure to firearms. That is not a problem- everyone starts somewhere. However, it would be difficult to take a question like this seriously.
     
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  8. winds-of-change

    winds-of-change The Balota's Staff Member

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