Originally Posted by loneassassin
I second that. Maybe if he is over 100 years old, but probably not. I've been shot point blank in the back of the head by a gun that was later chronoed at 330fps. I've been hit many times by guns that chronoed at 375+, and I'm fine. I didn't enjoy it, but I didn't have any injuries. This was a long time ago, before 300 was even established as a limit.
I'm not trying to justify people shooting over 300, I'm just saying that a lot of you are overexaggerating about the dangers of shooting over 300. I'm completely fine with 300 - plenty of range, and you lose accuracy by shooting any harder than that.
that is completely possible. there are a lot of factors that come in to it though, likely? probably not. possible? yes.