Test: Vietnam era M193 ball 1:12 twist vs. Modern M855 ball 1:7 twist
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We've all heard the rumors that the old 1:12 twist AR15's and M16's using M193 ball delivered vicious wounds to soft tissue. We have also heard the rumors that the new 1:7 twist rifles with heavier ball rounds like the M855 don't cause the same damage. So, we put together a little non-scientific test to see if we could document a difference.
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