The Magnum grain loads did no more. Shop All GunMag Gear. Written and photographed by R. Nothing you are shooting at should be over ten feet from the shooter. Then wall studs, plywood, and insulation form the interior walls.
Also, besides being responsible for every round we shoot, one of the raters in this test pointed out that the defensive shooter may also like to know what he can expect of materials that might hide or protect him if he or a loved on is under fire from an intruder.
About .223 Penetration
Must have never lived in one. There are links earlier in this thread to the FBI's protocol testing of the 9mm as well as other rounds. Working on marksmanship skills is the soundest advice we can give. From that time on I'm carry either a 4" revolver [. To find out how handgun projectiles reacted to impacts on various materials, we first fabricated wall segments with commonly found wallboard and pine boards, then fired a few hundred rounds of ammunition to destroy the structures. We noticed that RNL bullets sometimes bounced when fired into hard wood.