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Obviously, you would end up with more penetration using an M2HB heavy machine-gun than a Barrett M82 sniper rifle. Leave a Reply Cancel reply You must be logged in to post a comment.
Therefore, it behooves you use the thinnest steel that will safely and reliably handle your long term shooting needs. Incorporating a very hard high antimony lead core with a copper-clad steel jacket, this bullet maintains integrity and overall weight retention when driving through even the toughest hide and bone.
Product Features Flat Nose The flat nose reduces possible deflections and resists deformation to achieve straight, deep penetration. Views Read View source View history.
Well, it depends on the ammo and the gun being used.
I think it cam go through about 2 inches before it begins to get stuck.