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Manufacturers Change Look of AR-15; Rifle Is Now Legal in New York State

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posted on Feb, 13 2014 @ 07:55 PM
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buster2010
It gets the job done if you want to use a whole clip. You can put five rounds into a person and they will still keep coming.



Off topic, but I'm going on a limb and guessing that you have never shot a man have you?

One round of 5.56 NATO will drop a man. Same with 9mm. Same with .22cal


Utilizing a larger round to make up for a terribly trained shooter is not necessarily the magic cure.




posted on Feb, 13 2014 @ 08:22 PM
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Considering the very short range required in a house any calibre should drop a human.

The real danger from higher calibres is the through and through that accidentally kills or maims someone else.

Problem is that all calibres can go straight through sheet rock walls. Even a .22 can kill via a throat penetration and have sufficient power left to kill another. It is simply less likely.

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posted on Feb, 16 2014 @ 07:12 AM
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buster2010


It gets the job done if you want to use a whole clip. You can put five rounds into a person and they will still keep coming.


Ever seen what a 5.56mm round will do to a person?

I have. It ain't pretty.

Look up Hydrostatic Shock and get back to me.



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