Great info, good write up.
Question about that last part where hydrostatic shock and the .45 were mentioned. From what i understand doesnt a higher velocity 9mm produce the same if not more hydrostatic shock and a greater temporary tissue cavity/expansion on entry compared to the bigger slower .45? The .45 leaves a bigger permanent cavity but wont the greater inital expansion cause more damage throughout the body?
Last edited by Redline; 12-18-2012 at 01:06 AM.