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Discussion in 'Firearm Related' started by NTA, Dec 23, 2018.
Yeah, the femnazis would love that today!
I'm thinking a solid frame might allow the bullets better penetration. Someone holding it, well there is some 'give' to it as the glass absorbs the hit over a much longer period of time.
I'm thinking the rifle was a .22 rimfire, possibly loaded with shorts. 29 grain bullets at 1000 f.p.s.
The woman was holding that little pane of glass away from her face, over her shoulder, most of the time.
Here's a more "definitive" way to demonstrate bulletproof glass-- in this case, a windshield.
As the president of the company that made it sits behind the windshield, an employee with an AK-47 blasts 3 shots into it. I assume they're standard lead-core FMJ bullets. But at 123 grains, and an M/V of 2350 f.p.s., they hit with about 1500 foot-lbs. energy.
Serious impacts, there.
Compare to a .22 LR 40 grain standard velocity at 1050 f.p.s. for 100 ft/lbs energy.
eFootage.com claims it's a .25-20 WIN cartridge. No mention of bullet weight. There are available loadings of 60-86 grain bullets with velocities of 2,100-1,600 fps. It's a little screamer.