posted on Nov, 22 2003 @ 12:21 PM
That's what I thought when I saw this thread, the bullets would melt from the heat created by the gun and the air resistance. Actually, I never heard
of these ice bullets before, but interesting concept.
A better bullet would be a hollow metal or wood bullet. They were used in WW2 and were banned. They shatter into splinters on impact so it's nearly
imposible to tell what gun they were fired from, and the splinters made the wounds difficult to treat. Wood especially was vicious because they
wound't show up on x-rays.