Does Velocity Matter?
Does Velocity Matter?

Does Velocity Matter?

45 GelI’ve been doing a lot of reading on handgun wounds and a lot of experts say velocity and the temporary stretch cavity do not contribute to wounding.

I’m a simple man but if that were true, wouldn’t a .38 Special be just as deadly as a .357 Magnum?

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    Michael Saari

    I dont understand the word Temporary? Can the high velocity round entering a deer or other animal that destroys lungs and liver by way of a temporary cavity repair themselves after turning into jello? Velocity is absolutely one of the main contributors to Terminal Performance!

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    Stevel knevel

    Michael, he said “handgun” wounds, not high velocity rifle. And the answer is yes, thats’ why the .45 auto is so effective; it’s a big, fat, slow bullet intended/invented for the specific purpose of killing humans by expending all its energy in the body then stopping. – SK

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