Originally Posted by N/Apower
I do find that interesting, however, there is something that people who view this do not take into consideration often times. The thoracic cavity is not homogenous like gelatin blocks are. There exists many "partitions", as it were, and lots of empty/dead space. Energy is not distributed nearly as efficiently through the thoracic cavity as it is through a gelatin block.
You're correct about the gelatin blocks. Aside from that I forgot to mention that the added damage I've seen in pics with 357SIG over 9mm was in deer and in goats. Plus I've been told about it in feral dogs and coyotes.