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Want to play a game? Name That Bullet!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DilboFlaggins, Oct 17, 2010.

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  1. DilboFlaggins

    DilboFlaggins Member

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    How many of these can you identify?
    What dose the chosen round do?
    How dose it work?
    What is it called?
    (I dont have the answers i have no idea what most of these are)

    Identify the Round by Row then Column.
    Ex: I-4 = contains shot and will penetrate then fragment dispersing the shot.

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    If this is too stupid, irrelevant, or in the wrong place i welcome mods to take appropriate action.
     
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  2. GIJOEL

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    f-8 looks like a federal hydra-shok
    e-4 glaiser saftey slug?
     
  3. tooltech

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    I-0 looks like "NyTrillium" aka Fangface from Extreme Shock. Extreme Shock is one of my favorite humorous websites :D

    I remember reading about G-1 and A-4, but cannot remember what they are called. I believe they were supposed to leave devastating wounds at relatively low velocity/recoil levels.
     
  4. DilboFlaggins

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    I have a link to the answers even if it is not the source of the image.

    should i post it?
     
  5. Odd Job
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    Odd Job Can probably X-ray it

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    I'll guess:

    G0 - KTW
    G1 - THV
    A4 - MONAD
    F3 - Ranger SXT/Black Talon
    F4 - Ranger-T
    F8 - Federal Hydra-Shok
    F9 - Speer Gold-Dot
    I3 - Cor-Bon JHP
    C2 - Looks like one of Jim Cirillo's designs, maybe a "Safe stop"
     
  6. 1KPerDay

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    uh, not yet!
     
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    A4 - French "Arcane"
     
  8. Odd Job
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    Odd Job Can probably X-ray it

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    Nah, let folks guess a bit, let 'em squirm, it's what I would do :evil:
     
  9. Odd Job
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    H1 - Federal EFMJ
    E3 - Pow'r Ball
     
  10. Packman

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    A-4 might be the oddest looking bullet I've ever seen....No idea what it is.
     
  11. ConstitutionCowboy

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    A-1 = Lipstick.

    Woody
     
  12. 19-3Ben

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    C-7, C-5, and E-2 all look like Magsafe to me.
     
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    Oh, and A6 = Corbon DPX?
     
  14. PuddlePirate

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    F3 is an original Black Talon, A&D3 look like armor piercers. There are some Glasser safety slugs in there and at least 1 Corbon. AND I actually have ONE D4 in my sock drawer, but don't ask me what it's purpose is. The rest of it looks like the lipstick display at Macy's!
     
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    H-5 = .45 ICBM

    :cool:

    A-4/G-1 =

    French THV's

    They were made to be light, high-speed bullets that gave good penetration and their light weight meant they would lose velocity quickly in the target to avoid over penetration and if they should miss their target and avoid injury to bystanders.

    http://www.quarry.nildram.co.uk/THV.htm
     
  16. SharpsDressedMan

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    I believe A5 is a KTW, Teflon coated bullet, armor piercing.
     
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    I/0 = Extreme Shock Fang thingy
    I/7 = Hornady LeveRevolution
    F/2 = DRT
    C/7 = PMC StarFire
    F/3 = Winchester Black Talon
    H/5 = Something with Tracer
    and other assorted crayons. :D
     
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    J8 looks like a Hornady XTP
     
  19. hammerklavier

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    Several of them look like rubber bullets of some form.
     
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    I-7 is a Extreme Shock AFR (air freedom round)
    B-2 is a Federal HST
     
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    B-2 The JHP's cavity is filled with something.
     
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    G5 might be Action 5
    G9 Action 3

    Both made by RUAG. Bot are HPs with plastic tips that help with feeding and controlled expansion. On some "Action" cartridges the plastic tip is lost in flight of the projectile though. It's hard to describe, so I'll just post a link ;)

    http://www.ruag.com/de/Ammotec/Armee_und_Behoerden/9mm/Factsheetuebersicht


    Edit: C65 also looks like an "Action" round, 5 I guess...
     
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  24. Adam5

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    What the hell is C2 and would a phillips head work better?
     
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    dude they look like teflon bullets from the Lethal Weapon movie.
     
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