Since the very beginning of the series on pocket pistols that we started running on the Lounge as well as YouTube in late , I have promising to add some of the smaller handgun calibers to our ballistic gelatin test project. Today, we are happy to finally be able to share the results from eight more calibers that we recently tested. These new calibers fall into three categories below. For rimfire calibers, we tested.
The following ammunition cartridge ballistics information and chart can be used to approximately compare. Please note, the following information reflects the estimated average ballistics for each caliber and does not pertain to a particular manufacturer, bullet weight, or jacketing type. As such, the following is for comparative information purposes only and should not be used to make precise predictions of the trajectory, performance, or true ballistics of any particular. The decision for which round is better for a given application should be made with complete information, and this article simply serves as a comparative guide, not the final say. For more detailed ballistics information please refer to the exact round in question or contact the manufacturer for the pertinent information. As illustrated in the chart,.
It does all this with substantially less recoil and noticeably less muzzle blast than the. This is the third updated version of the original. The original was a black powder cartridge with a case length of 0. Based on the.
Thank you. Click here for a Muzzle Energy graph for the tests in this caliber. Without his help all of this would have been much more difficult and perhaps impossible. Anyone who uses our data owes him a debt of gratitude. And thanks to our spouses, who were not just tolerant but enthusiastically supportive of this rather nutty project.