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    • Does it bother anyone else that the order isn’t the same throughout.
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    • A .22 usually won’t even have an exit hole, .45s put softball sized holes in skulls, 9s golf ball sized, 500 mag just leave no skull. Simple formula really
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    • A timelapse of my asshole in prison
      Bobicus 9 aug
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    • I just want to know what happens when I sh00t a 500 S&W through somebody's skull.
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    • This is fudd as fuck. Muh 45!!!!!!! What type of ammunition, JHP? FMJ?
      Acugang 8 aug
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    • It's really not that simple type of bullet makes a lot of difference like hollow point, fmj, tungsten core, plastic or lead core, copper or steele and plenty others I cant name them all
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    • Couple of things, 1, the 45 DOES not have that big of an exit hole, 2, the 22 has a habit of just bouncing around in side of you so you probably won’t even have an exit hole.
      _Paul 9 aug
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    • What’s the difference between a .380 and a .38
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    • What fucking fudd made this lmao “.45! Stopping power! 2 world wars!” Made the damn thing look like a rifle round. Wtf
      Sefrius 9 aug
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    • Before anyone says it. 22 doesn’t ricochet inside of a person and isn’t more lethal than other more effective rounds. That’s just a boomer and fudd myth
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    • I’m wasted rn and those are pocket puss is
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    • Here’s the thing: ideally you won’t HAVE an exit hole, that means wasted energy is still pushing the projectile and making it a threat to unintended targets. Hence why we don’t use 44 magnum for self defense or war
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    • .22 bullets usually don’t come out. They usually get stuck in a firmer organ or bounce off of a bone and ricochet through the body. That’s the reason that they’re still reasonably dangerous to humans, despite what most “gun people” will tell you.
      Zifendel 8 aug
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    • Looking back at JFK vids. I'm assuming he got hit by a .45 caliber???
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    • .380, 9mm, .38, and .357 are all the same diameter (roughly) so they should have the same entry holes.
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    • 10 Millimeter and .40 caliber are the same tho ... same with 9mm, .380, .38 special, and .357 they’re all a type of 9millimeter
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    • It's funny how this isn't entirely accurate. 10mm is much more powerful than .45.
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    • I only carry hollow points in my 9
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    • I have a .22, i use it because the ammo is so cheap and i need experience with sh00ting
      BillRye 8 aug
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    • Am I tripping or is the exit wound for a .22 smaller than the entry wound? I know in real life they have to be the same or larger but in the photo it looks smaller.
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    • Someone doesn't understand terminal ballistics.
      MrSwerve 9 aug
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    • Naruto v sasuke = .22 caliber v .45 caliber lol
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    • Are you aware that .357, .38, 9mm, and .380 are almost the same diameter?
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    • Can anyone give me a clue on what a .50 AE looks like on exit?
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    • Why would they reverse the order for the exit holes?
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    • What makes them a murderer
      DeerSkin 8 aug
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    • Hahaha a 22 couldn't come out if it was shot through your ear lobe
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    • crazy the difference between a 9 mm and a 10 mm exit hole
      smallnig 10 aug
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    • Please for the love of God mirror the bottom chart
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    • With the right range and the right load, shotguns will physically remove a chunk of shit, off your opponent, and throw that shit, on the floor.
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    • Well i was thinking about a .22 for home defense, but looking at this i think I'm going to go with the 9mm.
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    • 10 millimeter, best millimeter. Prove me wrong
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    • But 10mm is bigger than a 45 and the 10mm is faster so in return the 10 will have a bigger hole
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    • that’s gotta be .45 long colt not .45 acp. 10mm would be the biggest exit wound of any of these.
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    • Bullet holes weren't my first thought
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    • 10mm should be bigger then 45ACP
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    • The bottom row is my butthole over the years
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    • These are the sizes of the asshole after sex.
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    • Pistols put holes in people. Rifles put holes through people. Shotguns at the right range with the right load will remove a think of shit off your enemy
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    • I got Naruto and Sasuke vibes.👀😂
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    • Why did they switch the order between the top and bottom? Seems like a dumb thing to do.
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    • Narutos rasengan
      Marcelus 8 aug
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    • They bounce around too. My EMT instructor had a patient who was shot in the chest and the bullet came out in his leg.
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    • Is that a dick chart or is it a bullet chart
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    • Yeah thats 45 45-70
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    • How you gonna have just pistol calibers
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    • Why is it switched around????
      sopwat 9 aug
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    • I am heavy weapons guy
      xXJackXx 8 aug
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    • I just carry and old 1865 colt navy in my truck. Cant beat the hole of a .50 black powder. Tends to not fire once in a while, but the snap of the cap still scares people
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    • Those are rasengan holes
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    • Lmao. Entry hole. Lmao.
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    • I’m not a gun guy, can someone explain why the entry and exit hole sizes would be different?
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    • fuck this chart. just remember gun make hole
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    • But it's exit one way and entry the other???
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    • “ooh im such a murderer for reblogging a post about bullet holes lol im so quirky”
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    • Im turning 21 in a couple of days. Just bought a nice 9mm handgun, a sauer p320rx :) will pick up on the day of my birthday
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    • Sometimes though I heard that .22 won't even come out but can do alot of damage because they bounce around a little inside
      6122 9 aug
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    • .45 is 11.5mm. It's slower and has less energy than 9mm.
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    • .45 acp bitch
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    • How in the hell does 9mm go to 10mm, you really expect me to believe the typical pea sized 9mm jumps up to rifle caliber damage in just 1mm. Shit we should make 11mm rounds that create holes the size of fists.
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    • I thought this was about my v hole after i went bang bang with someone a few times
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    • Exit hole depends on the type of round fired
      jondo620 13 aug
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    • Are they not the same size in and out
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    • is that so
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    • I was hit with a 45 hollow point that went through my friends arm first and into my wrist. Neither of us had an exit that gnarly and we function fine. Obviously lucky but basically youll be fine unless its your liver heart or head
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    • Powder load and projectile weight. A 38 is a heavy round with more throttle behind it. It has a higher power transfer at site. A 380 is a short case, shorter lead, but still does the job, just with Less power transfer to impact site.
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    • If you run a hydrashoc, you get no exit hole
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    • My ex's pusdy looked and felt like a 22 entry whole and when I was done she looked like a 45 exit whole
      _Tyrant_ 12 aug
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    • You should see the exit of the rasengan
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    • This chart is garbage simply because it doesn’t account for different bullet types/weights and their expansion, barrel lengths, velocities, shot placement, etc. Hit up lucky gunner to see actual charts with accurate info.
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    • Why they backwards?
      LVirus702 12 aug
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    • It bothers me that they're listed in opposite orders
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    • And the whole in the vagina where the baby comes out...
      ZukoRyder 12 aug
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    • Add a rasengan to the end
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    • .22lr can really fuck you up cause its so lightweight it usually does follow a stair line through the body and can act really fucking weird
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    • Exit looks accurate but the problem with 9mm and 380 is they use the SAME bullet. Most of the time a 9mm might be heavier but stil the same. 380 is a shorter case and less power than a 9. Less recoil.
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    • Obligatory not to scale 😂
      medic 12 aug
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    • but that exit for a .22 could be anywhere
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    • Why is the order flipped?
      ObiWanBoi 12 aug
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    • That's the stupidest reference chart ever because there is no given scale
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    • I literally know Jack shit about weapons and ammo, so if any one out there can explain to me why the exit holes are fucking immense that would be nice
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    • My hubby got shot with a 38. The exit wound was horrid compared to the entry.
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    • this is fake as shit
      sprite 11 aug
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    • They switched the rounds around. .45 is on the left on top, but on the right on the bottom
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    • 5.45 is my personal favorite cartridge, it's nicknamed the poison bullet
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    • Pistols put holes in people, rifles put holes through people and shotguns with the right load, at the right distance will PHYSICALLY REMOVE A PIECE OF SHIT FROM YOUR OPPONENT AND THROW THAT SHIT ON THE GROUND
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    • .380 is a fucking useless round change my mind
      HoboChair 11 aug
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    • I hate that they don't have measurements, or even something to reference the size to.
      The_Heavy 11 aug
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    • Cool but .45 is expensive as fuck and kicks like mule. Unless you're trying to take down a fucking grizzly bear, I'd opt for smaller calibers
      hubaskank 11 aug
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    • Reference only, different loads do different things, expansion, pass through etc.
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    • Aren’t 10mm and .40 cal the exact same ballistically?
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    • Let’s see a 12g 1oz slug with 3 1/2” shell 1760fps
      FvckYall 11 aug
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    • 10mm is .40 inches so explain how its bigger than a .45. Yes it's faster but not bigger.
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    • This isn't even remotely correct
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    • 10mm is greater than 45
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    • Imagine this. 9mm RIP ammo
      NVBenny 11 aug
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    • Pistols put holes in people. Rifles put holes through people. And a shotgun at range and right load takes chunks out of someone and leaves it on the floor
      sensou 11 aug
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    • Which one is best to stick a penis in
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    • my nickname in high school was .45 Cal.
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    • What type of metal is it? Different material obviously react differently.
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