When it hits certain parts of the target stands or backstop if doesn't 'give' like a lead core or non-fmj round. Where a regular round will flatten out or come apart completely the fmj will either go straight through (which isn't bad, just rough on target stands) or deflect (should still be caught by backstop/baffle).
With homes on three sides of the range that were not there when the range opened in the 1960's we have to limit that 1 in a 1,000,000 chance that a round gets out and hurts someone. Would only take one to shut us down.
Originally Posted by Stallion176
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