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    Interesting to see the bullet is in two pieces. Copper jacketed hollowpoint.

    JM Rocher, SchultzLabs, Pulpolux !!!, and 32 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. JM Rocher 83 months ago | reply

      What's that small ring behind the bullet? It looks like the bullet is coming apart.

    2. JM Rocher 83 months ago | reply

      Never mind, you added your description just as I posted.

    3. SchultzLabs 83 months ago | reply

      Was that a simple lead round, or was that second piece a jacket becoming separated from the lead core?

    4. nebarnix 83 months ago | reply

      This was a copper jacketed hollowpoint round. Perhaps it peeled back and then the resulting drag slid it all the way off?

    5. SchultzLabs 83 months ago | reply

      Jacketed rounds will certainly come apart like that. Many indoor ranges will not allow jacketed rounds for that reason. When the rounds hit the angled backstop, they fragment. The lead drops into the containment pool, but the copper jacket can ricochet directly backwards at the shooter.

    6. tullyallenp 83 months ago | reply

      The pick of the bunch for me...

    7. Mark Watson (kalimistuk) 83 months ago | reply

      these are just so cool, love-em all, superb work jasper. ;-)

    8. goldsteinvr 73 months ago | reply

      Oh yes! A nice, clean shot. *nods seriously*

    9. nebarnix 73 months ago | reply

      =D =D

      Oh that's a pretty good one that is

    10. Hamilton jr 71 months ago | reply

      Cool!
      Interesting the amount of debris counter the bullet direction.

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    12. HUBCAM 69 months ago | reply

      STUNNING
      I must learn how to do this.

    13. TheOm3ga [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

      Therre must be something wrong with the EXIF info... 4/5th of a second would have made the image pretty blurry.

    14. nebarnix 62 months ago | reply

      Theres nothing wrong with the EXIF. No shutter in hell can open and close in 500 nano seconds!

    15. DubSnipe 43 months ago | reply

      Oh man, that Fatboy Slim song goes right with this photo.

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