As a result, bullets that penetrate under 12 inches and over 18 are penalized in the scoring system. The more a bullet expands, the less it will penetrate due to friction. We had a fellow driver disemboweled by a nut case one night so I took to carrying my Smith loaded with some hard cast GR SWC boolits. Remember - this was mid 50's and an "old" car body was mid 40s. Unfortunately, when I go to coffee I have to endure similar stuff on most any segwayed subject: I have done it tow determine the difference between.
Gunfighting Science: Shooting Through Glass
I found a video of a car getting hit by a. Modern cars are pretty flimsy bullet stopper. Adam Firestone brings more than 25 years of experience with weapon systems including small arms, artillery, armor, area denial systems and precision guided munitions to Romance University. In our next evolution, I hope to cover some advanced techniques and address a few issues encountered when firing from outside the vehicle. An armed response to one or more threats certainly was one of the key points of the program. With extremely rare exceptions, LEOs have the right to shoot you in your car whether you are a danger to them or not. Read on to avoid making these common mistakes in your action scenes!
Handgun Calibers That Will Go Through Bulletproof Glass
Actually, when it comes to penetrating glass in commercial buildings, multiple snipers ready to back a sniper's initial shot with instant follow-up shots may be the surer strategy. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Your readers are counting on you to make your stories engaging and absorbing. Results against the car door were most surprising. Not all of us can shoot up a car! Responses tomacca How often do police shoot through glass? When struck with a bullet, laminated glass will crack or spider web, but it will not shatter.
Not sure how you could get your hands on the test results though. I can't count all the vehicles that I have done test on as we had a endless supply from the wrecking yard. If I knew I might be faced with the possibility of having no other choice than having to try to accomplish it, my first, second and third choices for civilian threats would be a 12GA loaded with full power slugs. I haven't had a chance to see any. The best example I can give of true cover on most modern vehicles is the engine block and brake drums. As a police firearms instructor I did a lot of deflection test with the FBI. Thanks everyone for all the replies.