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Just a couple of websites to share with everyone.

The first is Ballistics By the Inch. This one is interesting as they go through some of the most popular calibers and show results for each according to how long the barrel is on your gun. Helps to decide which round you may want to use in that short/long barreled gun you own.

The second one is Ballistics 101 which shows all manufacturers data regarding each round. This one is nice as they include rifle rounds as well.

I wasn't sure if any of this was posted before but I didn't find anything through the search feature. If shared before sorry for the repeat. :eek:

If not then enjoy.:D
 

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Thanks for the links, nice to see how the .460 Rowland fares, makes me want one even more.
 

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I like this article about terminal ballistics in regards to hand guns.

If you have some others I'd be interested in seeing them.:)
The problem with that article is the same as the Marshall and Sanow 'study', they don't cite their sources so that others can come back and duplicate their statistics.

As for other views on terminal ballistics check these

http://www.rathcoombe.net/sci-tech/ballistics/mechanics.html

tons of stuff here to dig through also
http://www.firearmstactical.com/wound.htm

anything by Martin Fackler gets my attention, he's about as knowledgable as they come on wound/terminal ballistics.
 

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The problem with that article is the same as the Marshall and Sanow 'study', they don't cite their sources so that others can come back and duplicate their statistics.

As for other views on terminal ballistics check these

http://www.rathcoombe.net/sci-tech/ballistics/mechanics.html

tons of stuff here to dig through also
http://www.firearmstactical.com/wound.htm

anything by Martin Fackler gets my attention, he's about as knowledgable as they come on wound/terminal ballistics.
bhale187,

Great reads. Thanks for posting/sharing. I have bookmarked both of these to re-read them again when I get some time. Thanks!:)
 
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