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Unread postPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 3:17 pm
  

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There are some new shotgun slugs coming to market. Hollow point rounds for shotguns. They say they will make holes as big as a fist.


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Unread postPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2016 5:05 am
  

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Nice Ammo, Hmmmm since slug ammo does 5d6 IIRC, This should do around 7d6 methinks.

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Unread postPosted: Sun Jul 17, 2016 5:03 pm
  

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My fist or Brock Lesnar's?


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Unread postPosted: Sat Mar 18, 2017 6:57 am
  

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There are some pre-existing rifle rounds that are essentially a hollow bullet filled with lead shot. They are marketed as anti-varmint rounds (usually used against groundhogs) and will turn a large varmint into basically a fur sack full of jelly. Interestingly, these rounds are specifically prohibited by the Geneva Convention for use in war.

There are a TON of specialty shotgun rounds out there. One of my favorites is Strung Buck. Basically 3 feet of cable attached at each end to a 00Buck ball. To 50 feet it acts like a slug. Past 50 feet the cable unwinds, turning into a spinning bolo cable with a forward velocity of roughly 1500 feet per second.


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wyrmraker wrote:
There are some pre-existing rifle rounds that are essentially a hollow bullet filled with lead shot. They are marketed as anti-varmint rounds (usually used against groundhogs) and will turn a large varmint into basically a fur sack full of jelly. Interestingly, these rounds are specifically prohibited by the Geneva Convention for use in war.

There are a TON of specialty shotgun rounds out there. One of my favorites is Strung Buck. Basically 3 feet of cable attached at each end to a 00Buck ball. To 50 feet it acts like a slug. Past 50 feet the cable unwinds, turning into a spinning bolo cable with a forward velocity of roughly 1500 feet per second.


Dear lord tell that you have a youtube link for these things in action.

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