Bigger bullets kill you deader

J E Custom

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It is sometimes amazing what some uninformed people can think. First of all dead is dead. second it's the shot placement that Kills not the size of the bullet.

A head shot with a 22 is deadly, A finger shot with a 50 is just a missing finger. The logic is simply not there. So as Ron White says, "You cant fix stupid"

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Remmy700

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Its amazing how such highly educated people can be so stupid. I mean you don't got to be head filter changer at the jiffy lube. As mentioned above hell I would rather have a novice shooter with a 50 bmg shooting at me than a trained shooter with a 22 LR.
 

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What I think is hilarious is they have a bunch of hand gun rounds from .22 - .44 Mag in the line up and then, BOOM, that massive, freak of a ballistic monster, the one the only, the 7.62x39. I mean who doesn’t own a colt 1911 or your gangsta hi point in 7.62x39? I mean if you don’t, you’re really missing out. I want to meet the geniuses who convinced someone to pay for this study. That’s the real thing we should be looking at; how they were able to manipulate someone to actually fund this.
 
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I would bet if you removed the 7.62 round from the last group you would drastically change both percentages. 7.62 is a spray round for accuracy and many more are shot at a target.
 

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Fortunately, our last president single handedly introduced more people to gun ownership that might never have owned and become personally familiar with firearms. The pool of uninformed, firearm-fobic people is ever shrinking. Heck, this article shows how far they have to reach just to find and put together a few words that most people haven't already debunked.

By the way... "science" shows that wearing a parka on a hot Florida day contributes to heat and dehydration associated health risks. "Common sense" warning labels and seasonal/regional restrictive sales legislation on parkas and other insulated clothing are a reasonable first step. After all, if it saves just one life, isn't it worth it?
 

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