One point we want to advise you to consider is the choice of bonded bullets. I've not done it as I think it's a really bad idea on several levels. The effect of grain TAP was so contrary to expectation that it demanded immediate investigation of how the slightly heftier grain equivalent performed. I've come across a couple articles below is one. If I am hiding behind the car all the BG's bullets will go through, If the BG is hiding behind the car all mine will bounce off - it's just the way things are Carry on, Jim Higginbotham. All information, data, text or other materials "Content" posted to this site by any users are the sole responsibility of those users. Find all posts by Loyaljeeper.
9mm FMJ overpenetration
M2 Carbine , Oct 16, Even if you can make quick, accurate shots do not place too much faith in your gun, caliber, or load. Its not really a matter of velocity, mass, or ubertanium metals. The 38 Glaser Safety Slug lived up to its name. The bullet did not exit the body. But Lehigh Defense bullets have surpassed all of that. Sponsored Links Remove Advertisements.
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I don't know if sig would have made a difference but it was brought up that the body armor is so much more common to find amongst criminals. Therefore, it is not exactly responsible to be firing bullets that are likely to shoot through the assailant. Tests have been conducted and new ones are done when newer products come into the market. Find all threads started by ElectroMotive. That said, shot placement is everything, regardless of what round you are using.
Of the four officers struck by hollow-point bullets, three were hit directly and one was hit by a bullet that passed through another person. Truthfully carry whatever you shoot best, and will carry the most. The 9mm ball load, with its high velocity, narrow cross section and pointed nose, is known for it. One point we want to advise you to consider is the choice of bonded bullets. Ron-Solo always has good advice so it pays to take heed. I did some more research to see what the effects of the traditional FMJ round was and they proved to preform pretty well with the exception that they did in some cases "over penetrate". Find all threads started by ElectroMotive.