Posted June 17, 2022 3:00 pm by Comments

By Jeremy S.

Most frangible ammunition is made by compressing copper powder (either pure or with tin and/or polymer added) into the shape of a bullet on a machine basically identical to the kind used to manufacture medicine tablets. When a frangible round hits something hard — a steel plate, a rock, etc. — POOF! It transforms back into dust.
But just how easily does that happen? Does frangible ammo return to dust if it hits something like a car door?
Continue reading What Happens When You Shoot a Car With Frangible 9mm Ammunition? [VIDEO] at The Truth About Guns.

Source: The Truth About Guns

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