A somewhat unscientific ballistic gelatin test that incorporates fabric and raw pork ribs. The test ammo was Winchester PDX1 95gr 380 acp bonded JHP's and the Federal HST in 165gr 40S&W. The test weapons were a Ruger LCP (380) and a Sig Sauer P229R (40S&W). Distance was approximately 20 feet. The bullets were fired through 2 layers of damp 100% cotton and about 1 inch of wild hog spare ribs and then into 12 inches of ballistic gelatin. I put the bullets on a different scale afterwards. Sorry mine crapped out. The PDX1 380 came in at 6.09 grams averaged. (one shot @ 6.07g and one @ 6.11g) The factory spec is 6.17grams. That's 98.7% weight retention for the PDX1. The HST came in at 10.66 grams. The factory spec is 10.69grams. That's 99.7% weight retention for the HST. Pretty good. Thanks for watching my first YouTube video.
Masterpiece Arms MAC-10 .45ACP and MAC-11 9mm
Colt AR-15/M4 fired Full Auto until Gas tube Melts, however barrel is OK.
This is my Osprey Defense OPS-416 piston upper on a Post Sample lower, I also have the POF rolling cam pin installed on the BCG, having all this installed on an AR-15 make's for a very clean, cool and reliable firearm over a bone stock DI gun. www.YouTube.com/C2builder