recent thread in AR15.com
stirred a big debate.
It seems a "Firearms Instructor"
told a student that a loaf of bread would
stop a bullet, especially if the bullet
was a Jacketed Hollow Point.
Now, we all know that if you read it on
the internet, it must be true. Right?
So, to the range.
My old buddy Tman doesn't get many "acting"
parts in these threads, so I assured him
that this was safe, and he agreed to hold
the bread and let me shoot it with my 1911
Kimber in .45 ACP.