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homelandprotector
February 21, 2012, 20:23
Just when I though Glocks couldn't get any better.........

Here piggy piggy BOOOM! :uhoh: Bullet expansion with hollow points is about 1"

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Brass Fetcher Ballistic Testing >> http://www.guncrafterindustries.com/50gi-chp.shtml
.50 GI


Test # Experimental 1

Bare gelatin. (Nominal 10% concentration)

Cartridge: .50GI 185gr copper hollowpoint

Block Calibration:

Primary block: 3.3 0.05 inch penetration @ 580 0.5 ft/sec

Block Calibration temperature:

Primary block: 35.0 0.05 Degrees Fahrenheit

Block Core temperature:

Primary block: 35.4 0.05 Degrees Fahrenheit

Bullet Performance:

Impact Velocity : 1279 0.5 feet/second

Deepest Penetration Depth : 9.0 0.05 Inch

Maximum Crack Diameter : 5.0 0.05 Inch

Max Crack Diameter Location : 3.6 0.05 Inch

Cavitation Depth : 0.0-8.1 0.05 Inch

Additional info:

Bullet recovered extreme diameter (the measurement made across the two furthest points of the bullet) - 1.058”

Calculated wound volume – 4.490 cubic inches

wonderdog451
February 21, 2012, 20:41
I have been looking at this conversion for a while, but the price of loaded ammunition and components have really put me off. To me, it is a really worthwhile idea, you really do not magnum velocity and recoil to handle most of our two-legged vermin. the 38 and 44 special prove that point quite well.

homelandprotector
February 27, 2012, 15:12
I have been looking at this conversion for a while, but the price of loaded ammunition and components have really put me off. To me, it is a really worthwhile idea, you really do not magnum velocity and recoil to handle most of our two-legged vermin. the 38 and 44 special prove that point quite well.
Add the carbine kit and accuracy whould be better for hunting...... :uhoh:

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