Originally Posted by thegriz18
You're totally wrong. That wasn't my logic. I required the bullets to be the same weight. I said speed was very important, not everything.
So...have you ever given this a read:
Speed can be
important...if in excess of 2000 fps. For typical SD handgun calibers, speed only equates to better penetration and better expansion of soft-point/hollow-point projectiles.
BPW trauma is a lot like a sonic boom...it doesn't exist until something is going fast enough.
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Last edited by dosei; 01-19-2010 at 18:07..