I was surprised at how quickly the bullet started veering off its initial trajectory. I new 5.56 mm bullets veered right away after impact with even soft "tissue", but thought the .50 had a lot more inertia, and would stay straight for several more eggs than it did.
Posted by: Siergen at Sun Apr 7 17:07:55 2013 (Ao4Kw)
I don't think it was veering off. I think his aim was poor.
Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Sun Apr 7 19:53:31 2013 (+rSRq)
Well, that and he needs to mount his target to something solid. The board was jumping all over the place.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Sun Apr 7 23:32:27 2013 (PiXy!)
I wonder if he was using that telescopic sight during these shots, or if he was using a peep sight...
Posted by: Siergen at Mon Apr 8 16:29:16 2013 (Ao4Kw)
...and that's when we beat him up Your Honor.
Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Mon Apr 8 17:06:44 2013 (F7DdT)
Today I learned: Peep armor is a possible thing.
Posted by: Wonderduck at Mon Apr 8 23:44:57 2013 (9jITs)
I would guess that peep armor would have to be, what, five feet deep? And if it was *going* to just miss you, the armor would be just as likely to guide the bullet right into your center-of-mass.
Posted by: Mitch H. at Tue Apr 9 10:22:41 2013 (jwKxK)
Yeah, but it's PEEP ARMOR!
Posted by: Wonderduck at Tue Apr 9 19:23:14 2013 (9jITs)
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