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boobdroop

American kids can no shoot their school mates in the pool too

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hashtag1909

Great, more ways to murder each others

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b1gus_d1ckus

Were the previous ones drowning?

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ap0ph1s

Im not sure I fully understand the event that just transpired , cap???

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randomnametwo

So generally speaking (steam-) cavitation happens when static pressure in a fluid falls below the evaporation-pressure thus making the fluid evaporate, building bubbles in the fluid. There is also gas-cavitation where solved gases in the fluid "come loose". It's a effect you generally want to prevent from happening at (moving) parts in fluids as the implosion of the bubbles can damage said parts substantially in the long run. Seems like those bullets provoke cavitation on purpose, I'm guessing by either shape, velocity or rotation, to create a bubble with either steam and/or gas (see above) that starts at the tip of the bullet. It prevents or minimizes the bullet from having contact to the water, thus greatly increase the distance it can travel in water. They say on their website the bullet also can harm without direct hit - I guess that's the cavitation bubble bursting with high velocity. Actually that's, fluid dynamical speaking, a fucking creative idea!

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rickc15

Schools of fish better watch out

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krstfszb

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polymorpha

The question would be how these perform outside of water. If the ballistics are crap, no one will bother using them.

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polonrott

not only " he was accidentally shot in a forest during a hunt" but "he was accidentally shot in a lake during the fishing"

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bahamutguy

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