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Photographic Art & the bullet

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by JedB, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. JedB

    JedB PDX Active Member

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  2. oknow

    oknow amboy wa. Well-Known Member

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    sure would like to know what type of rounds each is. but neat none the less
     
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    JVK West Active Member

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    ^- agreed
     
  4. pakrat57

    pakrat57 Reedsport Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Pretty neat. I have some of the red and black ones (3rd pic down) They are practice rounds.
    The 7th pic down looks like a Corbon/Glaser safety slug. Glaser Safety Slug
     
  5. gallogiro

    gallogiro Willamette Valley Active Member

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    I also would like to know more on the names of the bullets and details.
     
  6. Sgt Nambu

    Sgt Nambu Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Yeah! Artful for sure but I would really like to know more about them! I only recognized a couple, and a few of them were weird!
     
  7. WoodyK

    WoodyK West End Of The Columbia Gorge Member

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    Maybe this will help fill the information void:
    Cartridge of the month index cutaway or sectioned cartridges

    This ones kinda cool .50 BMG Flechette made from depleted uranium. It was originally designed with sniping as a primary role, but accuracy was so poor (10-shot groups of 6 to 8 feet at 600 yards were typical) that the project was soon abandoned. However, as an anti-material round at closer ranges the flechette would penetrate 2 inches of steel plate or 2 feet of concrete.
    Cartridge of the Month

    Pretty cool website! Enjoy!