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  • Say, something I've been thinking about something and I'm thinking you're the only person I can ask. I know that generally temporary stretch cavity is unimportant. But I feel like sometimes it would have a different effect. For example, those "hollow" organs like the lungs and stomach. Do you think that a high velocity round striking the stomach directly could like. . . pop it? I wouldn't naturally think so but the thought of the stomach or lung stretching out like that then going back to normal provides a crazy mental image.
    Howdy. I don't know if you're still active on this forum, but I just finished reading a thread in which you discussed terminal ballistics with some folks and you seem to be pretty well informed. I feel like I left that thread with more knowledge than I had going into it. I'm not really sure what the point of this was, but I guess some forum doesn't have to be all business.
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