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Old 09-27-2012, 12:31 AM   #1
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This is cool on so many levels.
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It took me a minute to realize that is the blast under water. At first I thought it was being shot into a plastic bag. Pretty cool picture. I wonder how far the bullet traveled.... O*D*W
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Looks neat...
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My bride would not be happy if I started shooting my guns in the pool! That's funny!
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What's the story with this.
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Old 09-27-2012, 09:52 AM   #7
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I wonder if a Hollowpoint would start to expand before leaving the barrel? That has to be FMJ.
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Very good question ? smithnsig , Ive seen the U-Tube flicks of most of the hand guns tried. Glock was best... BUT they never mentioned what type ammo was used in there home experiments... Hummm. ole carver
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Whats really cool is you can see the rifling from the bullet.
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That is one of the better pics I've seen. Very neat.
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