Let’s do an experiment. You hold a canned ham in front of you and I’ll shoot it with a rifle chambered with a 161 grain bullet traveling at 2000 feet a second.
You should be perfectly safe under your “theory”. You can even leave the canned ham in the can. Deal?
By the way, where are all your magic bullets that somehow hit at right angles, downwards, sideways and then disappeared?
Btw, being a shooter you should know or have an opinion on this;
What's the odds, chances, of hitting your target (in the black) that's about 200 feet away with a scoped rifle that was never 'zeroed'? (not even moving, just stationary).Not trying to be a smart ___, just asking. It's been eons for me since I've fired a scoped rifle.
(I still have the standard iron sights on my two rifles. I keep puting off buying scopes, other things always come up.)