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    To Catch a .50 BMG Bullet To Catch a .50 BMG Bullet Presentation Transcript

    • against a .50 caliber machine gun! Testing a Bullet Catcher 22LR 22LR
    • TO CAPTURE A 50BMG BULLET 22LR 5.56 7.62x39 7.62N .30-'06 .50 BMG
    • .50 BMG CARTRIDGE 692-gr. Steel Core Bullet 232-gr. Nominal Muzzle Vel. = 2900f/s KE = 12,922ft-lbs Momentum = 8.89lb-sec.
    • Dick Rogers Safariland Dustin Engel MCSD Recovery Device MARCH 10, 2009 MCSD RANGE, BUCKEYE, AZ
    • CED Chronograph Two “ Sighters”
    • VIEW BACK to the GUN POSITION Recovery Ports
    • .50BMG ammo .50BMG 45” bbl.
    •  
    • SHOT 1 IMPACT VELOCITY
    • NO EXIT! NO BULGE! Impact Vel. = 2860f/s KE = 12,568ft-lbs Momentum = 8.79lb-sec. Unit Moved 3.75-in.
    • RECOVERY: STEEL CORE at the FAR END SEPARATED JACKET ca. 32”
    • SHOT 1 – Impact Velocity = 2860f/s
    • SHOT 2 – Impact Velocity = 2899f/s
    • STEEL CORE IMPACT SITES
    • SHOT 3 Impact Velocity = 2921f/s Bulge from Steel Core Impact