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    I'm thinkin' 300 sub vs. a plate is gonna cause a hell of a flail chest.

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    A what?

    What's a flail chest? Other than "bad"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joelski View Post
    I'm thinkin' 300 sub vs. a plate is gonna cause a hell of a flail chest.

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    In the video it produces a hole in the armor, through a block of ballistics clay, and it connects with a steel plate out back.

    The .45 ACP was the one you're looking for. That's in the video too. I guess the major less is soft body armor will just help prevent some small arms penetration but it won't do a damn thing about broken bones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn View Post
    A what?

    What's a flail chest? Other than "bad"?
    It basically means your rib cage gets crushed.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flail_chest

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    Defined as 3 or more ribs broken in two or more places, creating a floating section of ribcage that paradoxically moves in the opposite direction of pressure in the lungs. It's a party.

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    Yikes....
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    There's no "Team" in F**K YOU!

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    Damn. Beats taking the round to the heart but damn.
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    The right hit and you can inflict a flail and pericardial tamponade.

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    All you keep adding about subs and suppressors. My state does not allow suppressors.

    In other words, if bad guy is breaking into my house, Iím going deaf either way; be it a pistol round, a shotgun or a rifle. So Iím just looking for recommendations for SD rounds in this cartridge for the ďjust in caseĒ scenario.

    If my dumb state would of passed a pro suppressor bill, then I wouldnít mind all the sub ammo recommendations.


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    Subs do not necessitate using a suppressor. No way I’d use a brake either indoors. Flash hider and subs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SINNER View Post
    Subs do not necessitate using a suppressor. No way I’d use a brake either indoors. Flash hider and subs.
    I completely agree with you on this. I need to pick up some of the new Hornady subs to load a 20rd mag or two and check pow/poi for in the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SINNER View Post
    Subs do not necessitate using a suppressor. No way Iíd use a brake either indoors. Flash hider and subs.
    I would have to run some tests to see if subs will run through my pistol build.


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    If you are concerned about over penetration with non-sub 300 ammo ...

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