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Old January 13, 2010, 07:08 PM   #9
Deaf Smith
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The force a bullet will impact your adversary is equal to (or less than) the recoil you felt when you fired the round. It’s physics.
Depends on if you are talking about momentum or energy. They are different things. And that is physics.

Your gun won't rip a hole in you when you fire it but it sure does so on the other end. So you will find energy and momentum are different things.

In order to achieve fight stopping results, the brain or upper spinal cord must be severely damaged or destroyed.
Good luck on that.

But shot placement does trump all else.
“To you who call yourselves ‘men of peace,’ I say, you are not safe without men of action by your side” Thucydides
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