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Old April 18th, 2010, 02:21   #136
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I'm still curious of why them hitting you would hurt more.. (sorry, very passive sentence, but needed the effect). Since you're (skin) isn't that hard, the bb won't deform. If the bb doesn't deform, hardness won't make a difference, so a .28 will be a .28. On the other hand, if you hit something such as a car windshield, something hard against something hard, the plastic bb deforming will absorb some of the impact (think car bumper). The one thing I might think of, is I'm assuming the glass is smoother, so maybe slightly more aerodynamic, so maybe more energy upon striking?
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