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Old November 12, 2005, 12:33 AM   #3
Sir William
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I say yes. The bullet enters and begins to dissipate its kinetic energy. The wound chunnel as some call it is enlarged front to back in a funnel or cone shape usually. Fast 22s and other bullets are so high speed that they often look like ice pick wounds and do go through and through with little loss of energy barring hitting a bone.rib. Think of a snowplow. The blade picks up snow and begins pushing. The snow piles up in front of the blade and is then pushed ahead and over to the side of the roadway. A bullet essentially does the same thing.
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