Do you know what type/caliber/brand these extracted bullets are?Hawkeye1 said:Having worked in Property & Evidence at our Sheriffs Dept for 3 years, I have seen first hand many bullets recovered from humans, and the reports to go with them. It has been my experience, that those rounds that do well in my backyard waterjug tests, are the same ones that I saw perform well in the human body. The only problem I have with Gelatin, is that it is a very consistant medium, and the human body is not. Thats not to say Gel tests arent a very important and valid testing tool. YMMV.
That is a hard one to answer. That was back in 94-97. I know there were some of the usual name brands. Our Dept was/is using 180 gr Ranger's. They did work very well in humans. I'll have to look back and see if I still have any of my notes that I was making then. Not sure if they got lost over the years or not.Gargoyle said:Do you know what type/caliber/brand these extracted bullets are?
I've heard the Hydra-Shoks are under scrutiny. Thanks yucapote! Do you know of any .45 pulled?yucapote said:What I see from the picture is that the only bullet that shows questionable expansion is the Hydra-Shok. The other 3 expanded just like in the gelatin tests.
Actually I already answered a couple of your dumb questions you just didnt like the answers.Gargoyle said:Hows that post count going Mus? I don't think you have ever responded to one of my posts with anything worth a ****.