Tazz, the total bullet trave was about 17" to 19"...The abrupt turn downward along the farside of the neck into the shoulder was the big suprise. The bullet passed behind the right jaw bone, across the base of the neck between the esophagus and the backbone cuting the underside muscles, the neck must have been driven to the farside causing the bullet to turn downward and down the muscles of the neck on the left side coming to rest at the joint of the shoulder blade and leg joint.
The spiral track was nasty! I wouldn't want to get hit by one! BTW, that talons are sharp...be careful just grabing and pulling on them!
I thing they would be much better if driven faster like 1150 fps for Self Defense or 1200 + for hunting purposes!
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