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Old January 30, 2006, 07:06 PM   #4
CobrayCommando
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Perfect, thats just what I was looking for. I chose the hunting forum because I assumed more people here would have experience with bullet hitting bone, so in fact experiences with service caliber handguns and human bone is even better.

Generally speaking when a bullet hits a flat bone such as the sternum, how far do the bone fragments travel? Do they each cut individual holes, or do the holes sort of join up to form a jellified mass in front of the impact?
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