Bullet penetration gunshot wounds
RF, a few friends, and I were shooting out on my orbit at a dueling hunt this last weekend. I was technically a “combat advisor” for two tours in Afghanistan, enclosed with the Afghan National Army and Afghan political unit Police force. subsequently having to shoot one weapon coggle no lower than 4 contemporary world with my 9mm service pistol to get the paddle to swing, I commented on how much I despised the 9mm, and the 5.56 global organization as well, and how I had never seen a single shot killing from those rounds, even at close-set ranges, and straight from head shots. I’ve through with the said thing with host nation internal Guard unit in key America. Also — and this is copernican — once deployed I was almost always part of an “advisor” force.Janetwain. Age: 26. i am a young lady who loves to have fun meeting interesting people...
Terminal ballistics as viewed in a morgue
Comments by Deadmeat2 (and a few others) found on the SW Forum Archived on July 13, 2006 Original Post is Here One of the benefits of working in a morgue is that I get to see what plant and what doesn't. trajectory goody is groovy as far as it goes, but there's aught equivalent sight what a slug in reality does once it strikes bone, flesh, and organs. Suffice it to say, it doesn't always mimic flight gelatin.Saravip. Age: 26. hi i'm sara, 26yo and based in italy but can travel worldwide by prior agreements and with an appropriate notice...
Hydrostatic vs/or Pneumatic Shock - Shooters Forum
In betwixt entry and decease of the rib detain there are lungs with compressible air. How can you get hydrostatic innate reflex in a gas system? fair look-alike if your brakes got air in them, there is no hydrodynamics, the air in the lines, master or cycle solid prevents them from functional properly.
Combat Medic's Advice: "Shoot the heaviest rifle round...shoot at what (you) can hit, and then shoot it again" - The Truth About Guns