Taofledermaus took a break from the exotic shotgun shell research to test the ballistics of .40S&W brass loaded with the heads of captured Legomen.
Now first off, don’t try this at home unless you know what you are doing and are aware of the procedures for checking and clearing a squib load.
The 19.6-grain heads, shot out of what looks like a tactical/practical Glock G35, were loaded in .40S&W brass over between 1.1 -3.1 grains of Alliant Unique smokeless powder– and were actually pretty impressive.
The heads gripped the rifling and chrono’d out at about 400-500 fps. They proved remarkably accurate, penetrating a few inches of clay, ballistics gel, and a Shrek toy.