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Posted: 7/9/2003 9:47:07 PM EDT
Obviously if you are using a FMJ bullet, the only means of causing fracturing is for the bullet to tumble and break laterally. But, can't fracturization occur just as well with a sofp point, a HP, or a ballistic tip? And with careful bullet construction, can't the base maintain good enough weight retention to also have sufficitne penetration? How do the 75 and 77 grain BTHP's here tested fracture, from the nose, or from the cannelure?

Link Posted: 7/10/2003 5:33:38 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/10/2003 5:34:29 AM EDT by mr_wilson]
Suggest ya check out the AmmoFaq tacked to the top of the Ammunition Forum, here: [url]www.ammo-oracle.com[/url], where you'll find gelatin pics like this of 77 grn SMKs..... [img]http://www.ammo-oracle.com/images/77grMKing.jpg[/img] And lots of good info relating to your post. Mike
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