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Thread: Ballistic gelatin comparisons: Part I

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocGKR View Post
    I am on 24 hour call today and don't know where that data is at the moment--it is not on my current computer. We just finished a kid with a maxillary fracture from a bike accident, are working up an older adult who will need surgery for their bicycle induced orofacial injures, as well as trying to get OR time for a person with a jaw tumor, so I am unsure when I will be able to look for that information.

    Our service has never been busier and I have not had less than a 12 hour day in months--with many extending to 18 hours.

    No problem, Doc. I am digging around here and will locate it. Take care of yourself and get some rest.


    ETA: OK, think that I located the associated data:

    9 mm Speer 147 gr G2 at 955 fps (accuracy 95-0x):
    BG: Pen = 13.8”, RD = 0.53”, RL = 0.45”, RW = 147.5 gr
    4LD: Pen = 20+”, RD = 0.35”, RL = 0.65”, RW = 147.0 gr (all rounds failed to expand)
    AG: Pen = 10.5”, RD = 0.65”, RL = 0.54”, RW = 147.5 gr
    Last edited by the Schwartz; 11-16-2019 at 10:44 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocGKR View Post
    I am on 24 hour call today and don't know where that data is at the moment--it is not on my current computer. We just finished a kid with a maxillary fracture from a bike accident, are working up an older adult who will need surgery for their bicycle induced orofacial injures, as well as trying to get OR time for a person with a jaw tumor, so I am unsure when I will be able to look for that information

    Our service has never been busier and I have not had less than a 12 hour day in months, with many extending to 18 hours--have very little time for other endeavors at the moment.
    Lots of folks need you more than us. Thanks for all the work you do.


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