I've noticed that everyone makes a big deal about pistol bullet penetration depth listing 12 inches as the bare minimum a bullet must penetrate to be considered reliable for use. However, the .223 is used by many of these same agencies and the rounds that are used in .223 ammo typically barely make 12 inches in gel. Am I missing something, or does that not make any sense at all? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!