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Old July 13, 2013, 10:20 PM   #54
Dixie Gunsmithing
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Yes John, but they say 300 FPS, not 150 FPS. Also, the test was flawed, as they didn't really measure anything, I guess they were timing after a shot was off, and it was guessed from five recoverable bullets, and the one which made the dent, was falling with the most wind resistance, traveling bottom down. My guess is that they were some traveling faster, but who knows how much? 400-500 FPS?

Plus, the US military has a reason to not want to show them being lethal, liability wise.

I'm like you, I know they can kill, and so did my cousin who saw it happen.
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