Category Archives: Ballistics

Silver Bullets: Myth, Reality, and Practicality

Some time ago I began doing background research for a future youtube video on silver bullets (I swear I’ll get around to it eventually – early 2017 hopefully). More than anything, I was curious about where the myth of silver bullets being werewolf killers originated, so I started digging around the internet looking for origin stories. Apparently, this all dates back to 18th century Southern France to the small rural region of Gévaudan, which was suffering from a wave of anthropophagous animal attacks so frequent and severe that they were unusual even for France at the time. Continue reading Silver Bullets: Myth, Reality, and Practicality

Lehigh Defense 300 Blackout 78 grain “Close Quarters” Review

Going back to my previous post on 300 Blackout, Terminal Effect has been keeping a close eye on Lehigh Defense and their ever-changing product line. Their new 78 grain “Close Quarters” bullet boasts impressive performance that would appeal to anyone operating in a constrained indoor environment. We decided to put their claims to the test. Continue reading Lehigh Defense 300 Blackout 78 grain “Close Quarters” Review