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by:Cailong     2019-08-20
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Consumers have never had more ammunition options than they do now.
Not only the number of ammunition manufacturers, but also the type of ammunition.
Recently, while browsing some of the newer products,to mid-
I thought of a size ammo manufacturer. -
What I see is probably the "blind barrier" pistol ammo.
"Barrier blind" Bullets are those in ballistic gel (
Probably bad guys)
There is no difference after crossing the obstacles in the middle. Barrier-
Blind rifle ammunition is a huge law-
Law enforcement circles because they often have to go through obstacles such as doors, car glass and doors/walls of houses and apartments.
There are many obstacles-
There was blind rifle ammunition on the rocket, but there was an obstacle.
Blind pistol ammo? None. Well . . .
It's not "no"
"There are some barrier-blind ammunition on the market that ammunition is advertised as" almost ", such as CorBon DPX and Hornady Critical loads, but both have traditional hollow ammunitionpoint designs.
The ammo I was looking at had nothing but tradition, and I decided to test three new 9 mmofferings specifically for their ability to penetrate barriers and non-traditional designs.
The three products I'm interested in are 125-
Cereal Honey Badgers from 80-Montenegro
From Fort Scottsdale munitions and 65-
In this case in which NovX ammunition is involved, the grain copper polymer ARX bullet: an extreme self-defense load.
All these projectiles are lead bullets.
Free, no traditional jacket/core construction.
I want to make it clear;
None of these cartridges are the "blind barrier" that their manufacturers sell or promote ".
"Ammunition manufacturers have made no statement at all about barrier penetration, not to mention how their bullets have behaved after penetrating certain objects.
However, all the associated projectiles have certain properties, which makes me think they may perform very well after penetrating the various obstacles ---
In other words, it is a blind obstacle.
First of all, none of these bullets have a traditional hollow point, so when passing through plywood or sheet metal, there is no cavity that can fill the drywall or be crushed.
In any case, none of these bullets are designed to swell like hollow points.
Both NovX ARX bullets and Montenegro honey badgers have flutes, designed to produce hydraulic displacement in the target.
The shape of the Scott's Fort bomb is a bit like the FMJbullet, but its center of gravity is like this, and it is designed to have the impact of what the ammunition manufacturer calls an "accelerated swing loop.
Second, the structure of all these bullets is homogeneous, and bullets made of a solid material are easier to stick together after passing through the object ---
There is no jacket to peel, for example.
I believe these non-bullets
Whether it's a pistol or a rifle, the traditional building is the direction of the future, and doubts that pistol bullets specifically sold as "blind barrier" will be the next big thing.
This article will not be complete without mentioning and testing full metal jackets (FMJ)ammunition.
FMJ ammunition is not specifically designed as a blind barrier.
The full metal jacket ammunition is in the form of three F--
Feed, fire, function (
Cycle Action).
However, due to the structure of FMJbullets, they tend to be barrier-blind.
Barrier blinds, however, mean that they play the same role in the target, whether or not they hit the carrier. . .
In addition to penetration, the FMJ ammunition is not designed for terminal performance.
I'm interested in penetrating bullets, but have better terminal performance than FMJ ammo.
So, in addition to the above three types of ammo, I also tested the standard 124-
Grain FMJ ammunition, provided by SIGElite in this case.
My plan is for these bullets to pass some obstacle tests similar to those in the FBI ballistic testing protocol.
First of all, I will shoot the bullet to the bare ballistic block, measure/record the depth of penetration and any deformation/expansion of the bullet, and the size of the temporary cavity (
The impact when the block extends up, which is considered to be a good measure of the impact force).
Then I will set up various obstacles 18 "in front of the block "(
The distance of the agreement stipulated by the FBI)
Permeability, deformation/expansion and weight retention are measured again.
The distance from the muzzle to the quasi-system or obstacle is 12 feet.
Similar to a barrier test protocol from the FBI, I will use a double layer of 1/2 "drywall 3. 5" apart.
Another obstacle test is two steel plates 3.
5 "apart, the final barrier test will be a piece of plywood of 3/4.
I didn't do the "heavy clothing" part of the FBI test because I really thought it would be a waste of time ---
None of the bullets I tested had a hollow spot that could be blocked with fabric.
As a result, I believe I made the right choice.
I didn't say that the tests I did were in line with the FBI agreement because the standards were very strict, but I did very similar.
Instead of using properly calibrated 10% ammo gelatin, I use transparent ballistic blocks purchased from Browns that are designed to have similar resistance to bullets, but are actually made of transparent polymers
My setup for plywood and drywall testing is the same as the FBI test, but I didn't use the "correct" gel block.
The steel plate test part of the FBI agreement was standardized.
It's two. 20-
Specifications galvanized steel plate 3.
5 "The separation is to simulate the thinnest, weakest part of the door and the person (rightly)
It should be noted that the doors are usually much thicker during construction.
However, the FBI had to come up with some documents.
I used two pieces of bending and corrugated for my testgauge (. 0456")
Galvanized steel 3. 5" apart.
The steel I use is not only a little thicker than what is called
In the FBI test, the pound angle in the steel makes the steel thicker at the intersection
It is possible to deflate the bullet so they miss the gel block.
I brought extra ammo just in case.
All the ammo being tested will be 9mm and for testing I decided to use the 9mm pistol theGlock 19, which is the most common in the country.
All the bullets were fired from my personal 3 Glock 19.
This pistol moves 4. 01-
Inch barrels, which means that the speed at which these bullets are obtained will be realistic, unlike the speed listed by some ammo manufacturers using the "test barrels.
If you are vague about the "good" performance on the FBIProtocol, the FBI believes that, regardless of the direction of the bad guy, the bullet needs to penetrate at least 12 inch of the ballistic gelatin to reach his vital signs, but the number of people preventing excessive infiltration and attacking innocent bystanders is no more than 18 inch.
Once the bullet penetrates into the right depth, the more expansion the better (
Remember, we're talking about traditional hollow.
Bullet design).
However, not expanding does not mean that you have failed;
Penetration depth in FBIProtocol is the only real pass/fail standard.
FYI, I have seen a lot of such tests, sheet metal testing and shooting through car glass (
Which one can't do this time)
Just abuse the life nose in the bullet, and if the ammo fails, it is usually where the ammo fails.
Even those bullets tested through deep penetration of steel and glass look like they have been bitten by bears. SIG Elite 124-
This round of grain FMJ is advertised as offering 1,165 fps, which is close to the border of the territory of P, almost equal to 9mm NATO124-
Food for our troops.
In my Glock 19, it gave me 155 fps and the hardest recoil of any ammo tested.
I have seen the naked gel test for this ammo before (
Specific 9mm NATO ball)
, This is a good example of why you don't want to come from me with FMJ ammo
You can defend if you don't need it.
The penetration rate of this round in naked gel is 24.
5 inch, and as often happens, the bullet stops forward with the bottom of it.
The wound trajectory is straight but very narrow, which is why FMJ ammunition is not recommended for self-defense;
It tends to be excessive
Penetrate the bad guys without transferring any impact energy.
There are only 2 oral cavity.
5 inch wide, stretch 8. 25 inches.
The bullet taken from the rifling marks looks good enough to reload.
FYI, for our sister magazine IMPACT, I recently asked Blackhill ammunition ballistic lab to do some gel testing on the real military 8882, the so-called 124-
In Glock 17, the grain 9mm nato fmj traveled 1,199 fps.
I included that gel.
Test photos not only show glowing bullet tracks, for those who have never seen bullet tracks,, the results I obtained with clear ballistic blocks are very similar to those obtained with actually calibrated gel blocks.
The bullet penetrated nearly 28 inch during the Montenegro test.
In the photo you can see the color
The trajectory of the wound and the degree of wound stenosis are highlighted.
When passing through the double drywall barrier, 124-
The grain SIGFMJ bullet penetrated 19.
25 inch, rest with the base striker again.
The drywall barrier reduces penetration by about 20%, but it still exceeds what the FBI thinks is ideal.
The bullet is not deformed at all.
Compared with the naked gel test, there was no change in the temporary injury of the mouth.
SIG 124-when crossing the plywood barrier-
The grain FMJ bullet shows a noticeable deformation on the nose, but that's why.
The bullet penetrated block 22.
25 inch in a straight line, plug your nose-
Return to 124. 5 grains (
This shows that it does not lose weight at all).
There are almost no temporary wound holes in this block, and I suspect the plywood has slowed down the speed of the bullet a lot ---
Slower bullets usually penetrate deeper, which sounds intuitive. The sheet-
Metal testing is often the place where conventional constructed bullets look ugly, and there is no difference between sig fmj bullets.
It penetrated two layers of steel without any problem and penetrated the depth of 20.
5 inch, stop your nose-
But the recovered bullethad nose became very dull.
The weight of the recovered bullet is 121.
6, so only a little thin.
The temporary woundcavity began to enter an inch into the block, which was 3.
It is 5 inch wide but only 4 inch wide.
Fort Scott ammo Fort defense 9mm SCS Fort Scott (www.
Fortscottmunitions. com)
Solid copper is the ammunition that makes me think about the possibility of a barrier.
Blind pistol ammo
SCS stands for "solid copper ingots" that are solid copper bullets on the latheturned.
This leads to very precise projectiles, but this is not a cheap process.
Fort Scott 80-
The load of grain 9mm has a fairly sharp bullet and the bottom is heavy.
The weight imbalance is deliberate. -
It is specially designed for "tumbling on impact.
"I 've seen several naked gel tests of this ammo, where half of the time the bullet rolls in the gel block.
Not half the time.
Not only do I wonder if the bullet will accelerate the pendulum loop in the block after penetrating the obstacle as advertised, but I'm also curious that the pointed solid copper tip is on various obstacles-
If it falls, after it falls.
Fort Scott says the ammo can reach 1,356 fps.
In my Glock 19, Fort Scott 80-
Grainer did 1,327 fps, but it was much less than the standard 9mm ammo (
FYI, in an 8-
This ammo is about 1,600 fps).
In the bare quarter, the bullet penetrated 20.
25 inch, tumbled a few times, come to the rest base-forward.
It has a slight curved track in the gel block.
The temporary hole is about three.
5 inch wide, extending 7 inch and starting at 1 inch.
In addition to the tear marks, the bullet looks fresh and has not been fired, and the weight of the recovered bullet is exactly 80 kilograms. 0 grains.
When fired through the drywall, the Fort Scott homogeneous copper bullet left a beautiful round hole that penetrated into the depth of 17 7/g inches.
At the rest point-
Forward, and does not seem to roll or deform in the block atall.
This temporary cavity is only 2 inch wide and 5 inch long.
Drywall is a soft material so I don't want any surprises but there are three
Quarterly inch plywood is another matter.
I thought it would weaken the point at Fort Scott, but the question is how much. The answer? Not at all.
It also doesn't seem to make the turn too slow compared to the drywall.
Fort Scott SCS was fired through the "plywood barrier" and the bullet penetrated Block 17.
5 inch to the rest point-forward.
You can see in the photo that, apart from tearing marks, the bullet doesn't seem to be hurt at all, no different from the bullet that was fired into the quasi-system.
Weight recovery 80.
The maximum diameter of the bullet is 1.
355, which means it is dismissive of plywood as if it was not even there.
However, when hitting the ballistic block, the ball block does not seem to stand out at all;
It just went straight into the tunnel and left a narrow track in the block.
The temporary cave is hair with a diameter of more than 2 inch, stretching 8 inch.
As I mentioned, the two-layer steel plate is a barrier that is hard to penetrate.
It tends to close the traditional hollow dots so that they can penetrate deeper and often crush them into strangers. The pyramid-shaped 80-
The grain copper solids of Fort Scott go straight through the steel layer and penetrate the depth of the block to 18. 25 inches.
In the process of crossing the block, after crossing two layers of steel, the bullet did not seem to roll at all, marking a straight line.
When I got the bullet back, I saw that the pointed head was noticeably blunt, and on the side, it is now more like a traditional FMJ circle.
In the photo you will see the tip of the bullet looks a bit Silver-
This is not the exposed lead because there is no lead in the bullet.
The silver was rubbed off by some galvanized steel.
This temporary cavity enters the block from 2 inch and is measured 3 inch wide by five incheslong. NovX 65-
Battle of Grain ARX: ultimate self-defense NovX ammunition (www. novxammo. com)
It is a relatively new company.
It uses Poly Technology's copper polymer ARX bullets in the new shell impact technology aluminum/stainless steel housing to load ammunition.
The final result is that the loaded ammunition is barely half the weight of the standard braasscase/bullet combination. This 65-
The advertisement for the grain copper polymer bullet is travelling1, 575 fps, which is reached in my Glock 19. 1,588 fps.
If you haven't heard of the ARX bullet, it's fun.
The polymer is mixed with tiny copper sheets to produce particles that are lighter than conventional lead bombs, although the percentage of metals in the polymer can be changed to make the mixture heavier or lighter.
The bullet is molded, not machined or molded.
Three engineering grooves in the bullet are designed to work with the fluid properties of the human body and the rotating force of the bullet (
Over 110,000 RPM at 1,500 fps)
Push the meat away from the bullet, resulting in a huge woundchannel.
My question is: How good will it be when the copper polymer structure passes through the light barrier?
The bullet looks like the FMJ most.
This is a strange brown color, and although it has aggregates in its name, it feels closer to metal than plastic-
And must survive from a steel pistol barrel at super-light speed.
Although it may look similar to a fragile bullet (
This is specially designed for not penetrating obstacles)
The meaning of ARX is to combine together.
I suspect it will do a good job on the dry wall, but it may start to split when passing through harder obstacles.
In the bare quarter, 65-
ARX bullets penetrate 14
5 inch, this is very respectable for such a light bullet and is in line with the FBIProtocol.
The weight recovered by the bullet is 64.
2 capsules so it has little weight and no deformation or expansion.
The temporary cavity is 3.
75 inch wide, starting 2 inch into the block, stretching just over 6 inch.
The drywall slowed down the bullet, but NovX ARXbullet still penetrated 13. 25 inches.
The recovered bullet weighs 64.
The maximum diameter is 9 grains of sand.
349, so the double layer of the dry wall is not deformed at all.
The temporary cavity is much smaller and 4-inch wide. 5 inches long.
To be honest, I don't know what happens when this bullet is fired at 3/4. inch plywood.
ARX Bullets beat a clean circle on the dry wall and then rested, base-forward, 12.
25 inch blocks.
A covered bullet doesn't look worse than wear and tear, a quick check of the scale display, at 64.
6 tablets, it does not reduce the weight.
The temporary cavity continues to shrink and measures 2.
25 inch by 4 inch long.
The steel plate results for NovX ammunition are interesting but not particularly surprising.
Even after I opened fire-
I looked at the block and found that the hole through the second layer was much larger than the one with a diameter of 9mm.
I saw a lot of small bullet fragments while checking this block (in chunk form)
It's already shallow (1. 5-2. 5 inches).
The bottom of the bullet just penetrated eight. 5 inches.
The base weighs 31 lbs.
8, the total number of recovered bullets is 45.
7 tablets, 70% kilograms of weight.
From the holes in the steel, the copper polymer ARXbullet seems to break through the first layer of steel, hitting the second layer of steel, like a tightly stacked shotgun bullet.
After the bullet fragments penetrate the second sheet of steel, they begin to unfold and hit the block in a pattern about inches and half wide.
There is no temporary hole effectively.
Black Mountain 125
Grain Honey Badger's shot in Montenegro "Honey Badger line (www. black-hills. com)
Slightly modified version of Xtreme LeHighDefense defense bullet.
LeHigh Defense advertises its XtremeDefense and related Xtreme armor-piercing bullets as "close to barrierblind", but Black hill's proprietary honey badger bullets against LeHigh bullets
These are copper solid bullets with radial grooves designed to drain body fluids from the bullets, thus improving the performance of the temporary winding cavity and the terminal.
Same idea as ARXbullet, different execution.
Blackhills borrowed the name "Honey Badger" from frock's compact dingbenzene during the 300 power outage ".
If you want to know why AAC uses the name honey badger, go to YouTube and search for a video called "Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger" that currently has more than 84 million views
You will thank me.
Honey Badger doesn't care.
I decided that while shooting a gun ammo TV, when I punched in this ammo, I wanted to test the barrier performance of this bullet and noticed that it was making a triangle --
Shape holes on the target.
Very interesting.
Black Hills promoted the ammo to 1,050 fps. Out of the4. 01-
My Glock 19 inch bucket, which gave me 964 fps (
The standard deviation is only 4! )
The back seat is relatively soft.
In the bare quarter, the bullet went through 157/g inches and stopped the bottomforward.
The bullet looks good enough to be loaded and fired again.
The cavity wrapped in time is only 2 inch wide and stretched by 7 inch.
I have a picture of the Black Hill FBI.
The correct gel test for this ammunition (
Through a slightly longer barrel)
Just to show the narrow track.
You can see the spiral trajectory of the bullet through the gel and see that it goes deep, but there is not much temporary cavity formed due to the low speed.
The bullet blocked the base. forward.
Black Mountain honey badgers pass through the drywall.
5 inch, rest with the base striker again.
The recovered bullet has a little dry wall dust in the groove, but it is not damaged and weighs 125.
7 capsules, showing that it does not have any weight.
This temporary cavity is only 2 inch in diameter and extends nearly 8 inch.
Honey Badgers shot out of plywood and took a shower with small pieces in range, and I noticed a lot of Honey Badgers stuck in front of the ballistic block.
After the bullet penetrated the plywood, it penetrated 9.
5 inch into the block, to rest your nose-forward.
The hole in time has been smaller again, and two have grown by 6 inch.
The original recovered bullet looked completely undamaged, but a closer inspection showed that the apartment in front of the bullet was slightly distorted by crossing the plywood.
The test of steel proved interesting.
After wearing two layers of steel, 125-
The grain honey badger penetrated the ballisticblock 10 inch thick and took a break from the nose --forward.
The temporary hole is about 6 inch.
The inspection of the recovered bullet shows that the sharp unit at the front of the bullet is no longer sharp or flat after passing through two pieces of steel.
However, the weight of the bullet recovered to 125.
3 capsules, so no weight loss during transportation.
You will see that the front of the bullet looks a little silver. -
Again, this is not lead because there is no lead in the bullet, but galvanized steel that comes off by rubbing.
Conclusion if you want to judge the ballistic blocking performance of these bullets in FBI terms (
Even if these apparent ballistic missiles do not meet the official standards of the FBI)
All the tests failed.
Similarly, none of the manufacturers of this ammunition claimed that it met the FBI's ballistic standards.
If you look at 12-to 18-
Preferred penetration depth for the FBI, SIG 124-
Grain FMJ bullet
Penetrate into every test.
Ya Yin Montenegro 125-
Next Honey Badger-
Penetration test in addition to bare gel. The 65-
Grain NovX ARX bullets meet the depth standards of every FBI test, except when the bullet is broken into pieces. The 80-
Fort of grain by Scott scumud
Infiltrate in the naked gel, again (just slightly)
After shooting through steel.
In terms of temporary injury to the mouth, none of these circular cavities produce a very impressive size, and most of them are the same or slightly smaller size as traditional hollow points.
What surprised me with the ARX bullet was that it was not deformed, or at least not in my test.
Or no, but it's not deformed.
The ARX bullet cracked while passing through the steel plate.
I don't think it's a bullet failure because it's not designed to penetrate hard objects.
However, if you want to deal with the bad guys in the car, you might want to see where.
Most doors are harder to penetrate than my little one.
If not worse, the layer test is as rough as the auto window glass on the bullet (
No, seriously, it is).
However, through these negative observations, let's take a look at some positive aspects.
All the bullets went straight through all the barriers and into the gel block.
Yes, ARX is loose, but all the pieces go straight into the block.
I'm expecting some bullets to be deflected by obstacles (
Especially steel with composite angles)
, Or missed the block, or hit it in such an angle that it left the side of the block, but that's not the case.
If you just look at the numbers, you may be disappointed with the depth of penetration of the honey badger.
However, you need to realize that this round has been specifically loaded to the soft Asian speed.
It's definitely a cat.
Heavy P 9mm ammunition made in Black Hills-
This is not what this load means or what this load means.
I am particularly interested in how this unusually designed Copper solid bullet works at relatively slow speeds.
I know it's a lot slower, but it doesn't deform when you shoot with something.
Let's look at the penetration of steel.
Most of the traditional hollow spots seem to be abused by the little boy with a hammer after being hit by a steel plate.
For example, look at how much deformation is in the sig fmj bullet, which is the only one in the traditional core/jacket structure test.
Hollow points are usually worse for wear.
Compared with copper solid SCS and honey Badgerbullets.
Although it only penetrates 10 inch pieces after firing through steel, the deformation of the honey badger bullet is much smaller than what you see with traditional hollow points, the flute in the bullet that caused the hydraulic trauma is still there.
Of all the ammunition I tested, the Fort Scott turn had at least a deformation through the steel layer and no deformation was shown through any other obstacle.
While I hope it gets hit more often, I'm impressed with its ability to penetrate through obstacles.
It's almost as deep as SIG124.
In each test, the grain FMJ with a weight of less than two lbs-
The fmj bullet was in his thirties, and half of it felt sitting back. Half.
Its penetration depth is the most consistent in any round tested ---between17. 5" and 20.
25 ", both obstacles.
Of all the bullets it fired, it was the only one that looked really blind.
I suspect that if I start adding more steel layers to the test, the Fort Scott round will fail
Penetration into all other types of ammoI tested here, including the FMJ, was significantly reduced at the same time than the standard 9mm wheels.
I have heard that Fort Scott is developing similar brass bullets for law enforcement, especially for shooting through the doors. Hmm.
When it comes to more rigorous testing. .
While you may think that penetrating two-layer galvanized steel is the toughest part of the FBI's ballistic testing protocol, in fact, it is laminated safety by single-layer tilt offset (auto)glass.
If you would like to know how these bullets are performing in this case, please come back and check out my second part of the barrier blind pistol bullet test.
Description: "barrier blind" rifle ammunition is manufactured by many companies, but no one will enter the barrier market --
Blind pistol ammo
Tarr tested some products that he thought might work.
Description: Tarr tested three unique pistol bullets on a variety of obstacles to see if they were "barrier blindness" and the normal FMJ ammunition as a control.
From left: SIG Elite 124-
Grain scott 80-Grain FMJ
125-fort of defense
Cereal Honey Badgers and NovX ammo from Blackhill 65-grain ARX.
Description: The bullet was recovered from being fired into a bare ballisticblock.
None of them showed obvious deformation or damage, except for tear marks. From left: 124-
Grain SIG elite FMJ, 80-
Scott SCS cereal Fort, 125-
Rice Black Mountain Honey Badger, 65-grain NovX ARX.
Description: timing all rounds using Glock 19
The world speeds from a universally carried pistol.
Description: see what is the standard 124-
In a gel block calibrated to the FBI specification, the grain 9mm NATO circle is very similar to the SIG product, looking at the tests done by ballisticslab of Montenegro ammunition.
Penetration of more than 27 "and very narrow wound trajectories (
Visibility to color).
Description: SIG Elite 124-
The grain FMJ fired through two layers of dry walls.
It penetrated 19.
25 inch to restbase-
Forward near the bottom of the block.
Caption: SIG 124-
After passing through two layers of steel, the grain FMJ bullet in the block.
Caption: SIG 124-
The grain FMJ bullet recovered after testing.
From the left: Naked gel, drywall, plywood and steel plate.
Description: The bullet was recovered from the block after the 1/2 "drywall 3" two layers were fired through the FBI agreement. 5 inches apart.
There was almost no deformation of the bullet. From left: 124-
Grain SIGElite FMJ, 80-
Scott SCS cereal Fort, 125-
Rice Black Mountain Honey Badger, 65-grain NovX ARX.
Description: 80-Fort Scott
Grain solid copper rotates in one block after crossing two layers of drywall.
It looks as good as the new one, except for the rifle links.
Description: 80-Fort Scott
Grain solid copper rotates in the block after firing through a 3/4 plywood.
In addition to these marks, it looks new.
Description: 80-Fort Scott defense
Grain SCS bullets can be recovered after testing.
From the left: Naked gel, drywall, plywood and steel plate.
Description: Tarr believes that shooting at drywall panels can cause them to crack or fly away, but all the bullets do is punch out neat little holes and throw a little dust around.
Description: Tarr is not sure what kind of entrance hole the bullet will hit on the plywood, but each bullet will hit a splint on the wood.
This is 65-
Grain NovX ARX bullets.
Description: 65-
The novnovx ARX bullet recovered after the test.
From the left: Naked gel, drywall, plywood and steel plate.
Description: Black Mountain made bare
125 gel test
Cereal Honey Badger.
Launch from 4. 4-
The inch barrel pistol enters a properly calibrated gel block with the bullet penetrating more than 18 inch and stopping the bottomforward.
Spiral winding tracks are common in gel testing, but note that it is still narrow.
Description: 125-
Grain Montenegro honey badgers have just been removed from the block after firing through the drywall.
There is a bit of dry wall dust in the flute, and there are traces of tearing, but other than that, it is not damaged.
Description: Black Mountain honey badger wrapped a circle in front of the block (
Outside 18)with splinters.
Description: Montenegro 125-
The wooden honey badger bullet made the biggest exit hole on the plywood, but it was still not very large.
Description: The bullet was recovered from the block after being fired through asheet of 3/4 plywood.
The nose of the sig fmj is a bit rough and dull, but on top of that, they have very little damage. From left:124-
Grain SIG elite FMJ, 80-
Scott SCS cereal Fort, 125-
Fifty-five black mountainside badgersgrain NovX ARX.
Description: 125-
The grain Black Mountain Honey Badger bullet was recovered after testing.
From the left: Naked gel, drywall, plywood and steel plate.
Description: The bullet is recovered from the block after passing through two curved 19-corrugated boardsgauge steel 3.
5 inch and 18 inch from the block. From left: 124-
Grain SIG elite FMJ, 80-
Scott SCS cereal Fort, 125-
Grain Black Mountain Honey Badger, copper polymer 65-grain NovX ARX.
Description: the entrance hole of the first layer of steel. Fromright: 80-
Scott SCS cereal Fort, 65
Novnovx ARX, 125-
Grain black mountainside Badger and 124-grain SIG FMJ.
Description: outlet hole of the second piece of steel. From left:80-
Scott SCS cereal Fort, 65
Novnovx ARX, 125-
Black Mountain Honey Badger 124grain SIG FMJ.
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