I think you've been putting your food in the wrong end
@jouze, as long as it makes it all the way through I think that's OK.
If you have stomach issues from Taco Bell, your bloodline is weak and I hope you burn
If you get the choco drizzle from taco bell, your bloodline is weak and history will forget you.
What the absolute cunting hell was that round?! Was that really a secondary detonation? What the faq
@LaDarkProphet, seems like a standard hollow point, this can happen with clear ballistics gel since it is oil-based. The heat of the bullet vaporizes some of the gel as it goes through, then as the cavity collapses in on itself, the heat and pressure combined with the flammable vapor can create a secondary explosion.
@LaDarkProphet, Looks like a .357 mag. I can’t remember exactly why the second detonation happens but something about a vacuum collapsing on itself causes a sudden release of energy. I believe the term is “Cavitation”. Mantis shrimp use this to kill crabs and what not. Most rounds, especially hollow points, that create massive temporary wound channels will cause cavitation. In other words it’s not unique to this round.
@tampon thief, it is cavitation, it is caused by a rapid collapse of an air bubble in a fluid, it is a phenomenon that occurs in some hydraulic systems and is brutal enough to wear away metal parts over time. Also used by mantis and pistol shrimp as a means of hunting and defense as said by @ImNotRacistBut
I'm a wobbly boi
But Im a sad boi
Im now dead boi
I have a weakness to the quesorito