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  1. jvon

    Yeah, screw that. I’m guessing they used a light powder load at least judging by the fact that guy isn’t doubled over in pain.

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  2. Neil Roberts

    He was lucky the first two times. The guy in the second picture looks like he’s going for a head shot next.

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    • OT

      The barrel is pointed upwards because of “muzzle flip” caused by recoil, immediately after the shot. This would also indicate that a standard powder charge was used.

      A typical 1920′s revolver load fired a soft lead bullet at a subsonic velocity. While lethal in normal conditions, a relatively thin steel plate would stop it. Some cotton padding would reduce the impact transferred through the plate.

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  3. John Simpson

    Also nice is the film footage of the woman holding up a sheet of bullet-proof glass in front of her face while her husband shoots a gun directly at her head.

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