.38 in Clay

.38 in Clay

Much of the damage done by a bullet results from the tumbling motion and the cavitation in the tissue. This is the bullet track in clay of a .38 caliber round, demonstrating that the wound track is much larger than .38 inches (closer to 3 inches).

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8 years 32 weeks ago, 12:07 PM

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which is consitent in the viscosity of the human body cavity.

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see if you can find a picture of what a 8mm mauser or 7.62x54R round does to clay. I saw it on a show once, and its pretty ugly!

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I wonder what type of bullet was used?

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Oh yeah I can see the marks now. Thanks.

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