As you are probably aware, wall penetration is a common topic discussed by those who debate which round is best to use for home defense. This is one of the main objections many people have to using at AR with or 5. This guy decided to do a little drywall penetration test, to compare 9mm vs. He had some leftover drywall, so why not? Or in his words:. It penetrated the same number of drywall layers, but shredded them more dramatically. That bullet went through 17 layers of sheet rock, shredding their back surfaces similarly to the bullet.
Gel Test: 22 LR for defense — the little round that could?
Drywall Penetration: 9mm vs. vs. 22 LR - cyberbook.info
View Full Version : Modified. I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this but here goes anyway. I have been working on some penetration tests for cast boolits - same design but different weights. Results to come. Until then it turns out that my wife bought me a Bullet Test Tube.
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In part one of my investigation into the terminal performance potential of the. Among the more interesting results yielded from that round of tests were those of the Aguila 60 grain Sniper Subsonic round. The bullet, which was far too long and heavy to be stabilized by rifling twist typical of most. The second part of the investigation focused on much speedier. All shots were fired from a Savage Mark IV with a inch barrel into blocks of 10 percent gelatin from a range of ten feet.