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How many sheets of paper will stop a bullet from a Kalashnikov?

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From the bullet, as it turned out, can save not only a strong body armor. Of course, no one would be wrapped in paper, but the experimenters decided to find out how effective this method was. In the test took part pistols PM and TT. The shooting ended with a Kalashnikov assault rifle.


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  1. AID.S
    AID.S 22 November 2017 10: 41 New
    11
    As Hollywood practice shows, and ours, a Kalash bullet breaking through the rear window just falls into the back seat of the car, increasing fuel consumption and reducing acceleration time to hundreds.
  2. Dead duck
    Dead duck 22 November 2017 12: 46 New
    +8
    The Legend Destroyers have already experimented with paper ... they’ve armored the car.
    1. Aldera
      Aldera 26 November 2017 17: 41 New
      0
      They lined up whole telephone directories. Blinding together three or four pieces
  3. Bosch
    Bosch 22 November 2017 18: 06 New
    +5
    Uncle, are you a moron or pretending to be? For your experiment you need to take not 5,45, but 7,62 with armor-piercing cartridges. According to personal experience, from 100m the rail is flashed like a pack of oil.
    1. vlanis
      vlanis 22 November 2017 22: 19 New
      +5
      I also heard this bike, but alas, I’ll disappoint, it doesn’t break through.
      see the third video http://super-orujie.ru/blog/43317417347/Probyot-l
      i-AK-relsu.-Otvechayet-SOBR
      1. Vadim Sh.
        Vadim Sh. 22 November 2017 23: 08 New
        +2
        This is not a bike, BZT and a bullet with a steel core of 7.62 caliber from 100 meters really breaks the rail.
        THIS IS AXIOM.
        1. Siberia 9444
          Siberia 9444 23 November 2017 03: 01 New
          +3
          Proof in studio hi
          1. user1212
            user1212 28 November 2017 09: 41 New
            +1
            An experiment was conducted on the Hansa
            https://forum.guns.ru/forummessage/2/389647.html
            The bullet cartridge 7N23 from Saiga from a distance of 25 meters pierced the rail R-65
            Thus, the question "does it strike AK" can be answered by the rail - yes, it does. Serial, albeit armor-piercing, but - I emphasize - factory cartridge, from the serial Saiga
        2. Grandfather Eugene
          Grandfather Eugene 26 November 2017 01: 34 New
          0
          It’s immediately clear that the shooter is sofa.
        3. Seraphimamur
          Seraphimamur 28 November 2017 09: 21 New
          0
          What rail? What part of the rail? And the caliber is 7.62 and the cartridge is 39 or 54 mm or from the TT? What is it all about?
          1. user1212
            user1212 28 November 2017 09: 51 New
            0
            P65, neck, 39
    2. Svarozhich
      Svarozhich 23 November 2017 17: 01 New
      +1
      While serving in the SA, he shot a pine with a diameter of about 25 cm from AKM - a bullet pierced it through and from the back side it knocked out long wood chips. Having shot down a target from an AK-74, it fired several bullets at a small pile of earth with a diameter of more than half a meter ... no changes were visible in my direction, but on the opposite side of the pile did not ...
    3. Dead duck
      Dead duck 26 November 2017 18: 20 New
      +5
      Quote: Bosch
      From personal experience

      good laughing negative
      and severe demobics finally bite him with their teeth yes
    4. vignat21
      vignat21 19 December 2017 20: 31 New
      0
      I confirm, I tried it myself, only not AK, but SCS.
  4. lehmus2010
    lehmus2010 23 November 2017 09: 15 New
    +1
    Oh, don’t the stars. Was there a paper rail?
  5. lehmus2010
    lehmus2010 23 November 2017 09: 31 New
    +1
    I accidentally thumped with PM, so three bulletin boards were point blank and a bullet wound up in a bundle of papers, in the sense it was a table
  6. Solvedor
    Solvedor 23 November 2017 12: 19 New
    +2
    from personal experience ... from 100 meters ... in what toy was there any personal experience? Kalash does not break through the usual rail. True, there are different rails. some types can also be flashed from an SVD bullet with a steel core. but the one on which the trains go - hell there. and necha gamno pouring in my ears tongue
  7. Sergey Lukyanov
    Sergey Lukyanov 23 November 2017 16: 53 New
    +5
    The tensile strength of the rails is 500 - 700MPa, and the tensile strength of the armored steel is 1440-1900MPa.

    Personally fired at steel plates, 7.62x54 can penetrate 20mm thick steel, the question is different, that this steel has a strength of 320MPa.

    So do not bring nonsense, punch or not punch - the question is the grade of steel used in the construction of the part on which the fire is being fired.
    1. Bobrovsky
      Bobrovsky 23 November 2017 20: 53 New
      +3
      When the AK-47 appeared, then on most railways there were R-50 rails, and then R-65 rails became. The rails have changed, but there is no memory of breaking through them. P - rail, and the numbers indicate how many kilograms are in a running meter. Accordingly, their neck thickness is different.
      1. Sergey Lukyanov
        Sergey Lukyanov 23 November 2017 22: 26 New
        +3
        I agree, here I am throwing a link so that they do not tie me to a balabol ...

        https://standartgost.ru/g/ГОСТ_24182-80
        It is clearly stated here that the surface strength is 311-401 HB, and the deeper layer is 300 HB.

        But on the armored steel, more research institutes "Steel" no one knows about this in Russia.
        http://www.niistali.ru/products/nauka/44ssvsh/44s
        svsh /
  8. kulibinz
    kulibinz 23 November 2017 21: 49 New
    +4
    4 (four !!!) packs of paper !!! the Russian school teacher has enough of them for a year, but here for fun in 10 minutes they’ve scrapped ... is there really no used paper in the office?
    1. seos
      seos 26 November 2017 02: 25 New
      +3
      If the dude took the snow maiden, no one would be indignant), and he would transfer the suitable paper ...
  9. Rostislav
    Rostislav 27 November 2017 11: 34 New
    +1
    Who is driving a cartridge into the barrel by pointing a weapon at the operator ?! (see 1,52 min.)
    Who allowed this miracle to arms?
    1. NOTaFED
      NOTaFED 27 November 2017 16: 14 New
      0
      The camera on the table is sort of like
    2. Vlad.by
      Vlad.by 27 November 2017 16: 22 New
      0
      In fairness - there was a web camera, not an operator.
      Taken, apparently, to enhance the effect.
      There are shooting outside the obstacle when shooting from AK.
      Don’t you think that the operator was hiding there too?
  10. Angelika Kurlaeva
    Angelika Kurlaeva 29 November 2017 06: 36 New
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    Quote: Bosch
    For your experiment you need to take not 5,45, but 7,62 with armor-piercing cartridges. According to personal experience, from 100m the rail is flashed like a pack of oil.

    Schoolchildren do not know the difference between 7,62x39 (cartridge from AK) and 7,62x54R (cartridge of SVD and PC), but they heard that cartridge 7,62 pierces the rail along. Learn lessons, not climb the Internet, gaining "personal experience" in Warface.
    1. Captain Pushkin
      Captain Pushkin 29 November 2017 11: 10 New
      0
      Quote: Angelika Kurlaeva
      Angelika Kurlaeva Today, 06:36 AM New
      Quote: Bosch
      For your experiment you need to take not 5,45, but 7,62 with armor-piercing cartridges. According to personal experience, from 100m the rail is flashed like a pack of oil.

      Schoolchildren do not know the difference between 7,62x39 (cartridge from AK) and 7,62x54R (cartridge of SVD and PC), but they heard that cartridge 7,62 pierces the rail along. Learn lessons, not climb the Internet, gaining "personal experience" in Warface.

      Well yes. On the island of Damansky, our border guards also explained to our border guards that 7,62x39 did not pierce anything. The surprise was very unpleasant - a Chinese-made armor-piercing bullet fired from the AK-47 penetrated the armor of the BTR-60. That was almost 50 years ago.
      1. Angelika Kurlaeva
        Angelika Kurlaeva 29 November 2017 15: 08 New
        0
        Did the fighters right there on the spot on the crumpled pool carry out a ballistic examination, determining what they fired from or were they sent to Moscow?
        1. Captain Pushkin
          Captain Pushkin 30 November 2017 10: 52 New
          0
          You did not know that in all conflicts the damaged equipment is mandatory examined by the commission? With mandatory classification by means of destruction?
          Sometimes, the commission is headed by a high rank from the Ministry of Defense or even from the government.
          1. Angelika Kurlaeva
            Angelika Kurlaeva 30 November 2017 23: 40 New
            0
            And this commission shared its findings with the rank and file and sergeant.