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Old 04-06-2012, 01:29 PM #1
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Proof E-Vents lens are ASTM compliant!

I think the E-Vents lens are definitely ASTM approved and compliant.





This was a 115 gr 9mm FMJ at 15 feet. Not bad.
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Old 04-08-2012, 07:20 PM #3
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The reason the hole is so small is because the heat of the round going through melts the plastic instead of simply taking it with it. Then the plastic contracts and cools leaving a much smaller hole. In other words, the round cut through the lens like a hot knife with probably little resistance at all.
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The reason the hole is so small is because the heat of the round going through melts the plastic instead of simply taking it with it. Then the plastic contracts and cools leaving a much smaller hole. In other words, the round cut through the lens like a hot knife with probably little resistance at all.
Finally someone else figured it out! Everyone thinks that the round just bounced off. If that was the case then there wouldn't have been a hole in the backstop. Congratulations on figuring it out.
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