posted on Dec, 14 2010 @ 08:59 AM
reply to post by Rising Against
there is blood spray at the wound area, but not from the incoming sonic wave pattern.
I know you think thats what it looks like, but a 6.5x52mm carcano, using a 160 grains weight projectile, traveling between 2,000-2,400 ft/s velocity
at approximately 100 yards or less, caught in frame sonic boom would look like. (if the shooter was using that type of gun, in the event the bullet
happened to be retrieved)?
the reason i know this is because ive been down range as bullets passed through deer and physically seen and heard the sonic boom as it passed by me
into the deer, as my hunting partner shot the deer from 100 yards away. i was at 20 yards even with the deer ,waiting for it to turn and give me a
side when Murphy popped it.
it looked just like that. with a lingering after affect for just a split second displacing the air around it.
i just want to say i could be wrong, and i appreciate your observation, but i'm pretty sure i know what i'm looking at.