Comments that use ballistic jello as the basis for a counter point are rather humorous.I find these types of comments a bit humorous. "bone crushing" penetration is something unique to flat nose fmj but not round nose fmj? all the on-line clear gel tests I've seen show little to no difference between the same loadings when using round nose or flat nose in .45acp. do you have some data to support something different? thank you.
The flat point damages tissue in a way different then a round nose or even a round nose flat point. IF round nose was the be all of handgun rounds, why does everyone who hunts with a handgun always go flat point or semi wadcutter?
It can also put more oomph into the hole when it hits heavy bone.