[ame="http://youtu.be/qwwf8ttJpTg"]9mm Federal 124 gr +P HST video link[/ame] 9mm Federal 124 gr +P HST fired from G22 with Lone Wolf 9mm conversion barrel through four layers of denim into calibrated gelatin. I had intended to also test this load from a carbine but I somehow managed to miss the block entirely with my uncle's Hi-Point 995 and I only had the two rounds. Next time I'll be sure to verify POI on paper before shooting the gelatin. More 9mm and .40 S&W carbine tests are on the way, though. The velocity from the carbine was 1,427 fps. BB: 580.2 fps, 3.7" Impact velocity: 1,257 fps Penetration: 14.8" Retained weight: 124.1 gr Max expansion: 0.643" Min expansion: 0.425" [ame="http://youtu.be/kRUtKnl7CAM"]10mm Double Tap 230 gr Equalizer video link[/ame] 10mm Double Tap 230 gr Equalizer fired from 4.5" barrel EAA Witness through four layers of denim into calibrated gelatin. BB: 580.2 fps, 3.7" Impact velocity: 947.9 fps (approximate) Penetration of 95 gr ball: Greater than 30.0" Penetration of 135 gr JHP: 30.9" Retained weight of 135 gr JHP: 134.8 gr Expansion of 135 gr JHP: N/A Some explanation is warranted on this one. The bullet did not make two separate impacts as advertised. In fact, both projectiles remained together for roughly 18"-20" of travel through gelatin. The JHP did not expand but it did deform at the base where the ball pressed against it. The jacket appears to be copper plated steel. The 95 gr ball exited the block at about the 30" mark.