- Feb 3, 2011
- N. Texas and S. Africa
I hate when I do that. Here's to make up for it.I think you must have forgotten the link
In a 1942 edition of Popular Mechanics, an article titled “Super Speed Bullets Knock ‘Em Dead” describes a new wunderkind cartridge that launches a .22-caliber projectile an astounding 5,400 feet per second. The bullet maintains a flat trajectory out to 400 yards, but its real benefit—something...
Effective game killing- How bullets kill and where to aim to ensure a fast clean kill.
Personally I prefer the term "Hyperstatic Shock", referring to the shockwave and massive increase in pressure it causes as that hydraulic wave passes through the body. "Static" or "Stasis" refers to the natural pressure levels that exist throughout the body, "Hyper" of course referse to the near instantaneous explosion of pressure that accompanies the shockwave as it forced the fluids away from the projectile at many times normal body pressure.
Anyhow, enjoy the reading and take from it what you will.