TERMINAL BALLISTIC COMPARISON IN WATER MEDIA
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ALL TESTING WAS DONE WITH OHLER MODELS 33 AND M35P CHRONYS,
10 FEET FROM MUZZLE (UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED).
ALL JUGS ARE 1-GALLON MILK JUGS FILLED WITH WATER.
All Data Provided By Carmon L. Crapson.
(Carmon L. Crapson, 87, passed away on March 2, 2007. He was born on January 25, 1920, in Parsons, KS. He is preceded in death by his wife, Rose Marie. Carmon is survived by two sons, Carmon E. Crapson and wife, Deborah Ann, of Rio Rancho, NM, and Dwight A. Crapson of Albuquerque, NM. He is also survived by his two grandchildren, Carmon E. Crapson Jr. and Ann Marie Margaret Crapson, both of Rio Ranch, NM. Carmon was a longtime member of the NRA and also a retired Major of the United States Army.)
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I am including two works by other researchers in this page. I have absolutely no connection with either.
The first is a fairly large .JPG file. It shows the comparative penetration and retained weight of 180 grain .308 bullets in wet phonebooks.
It is an interesting study, however, all phonebooks are not created equal, and all wet phonebooks are not the same wetness.
The second, a large .PDF file, shows the comparative terminal performance of the 5.56mm FMJ bullet in military situations.
Again, this is an interesting study.
5.56 mm FMJ Bullet Terminal Performance Variations