soft point


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soft point

[′sȯft ′pȯint]
(ordnance)
A bullet with a soft point, intended to spread upon striking a target with some resistance, such as the flesh of game; not permitted in combat operations.
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Barnaul's 125-grain Soft Point is a traditional expanding load with excellent performance.
A single-valued neutrosophic soft point in H is denoted by [[theta].sub.H].
Soft Points Soft points are the oldest design of expanding jacketed bullet and have been around since the late 1800s.
A fuzzy soft point [mathematical expression not reproducible] is said to belong to a fuzzy soft set [f.sub.A], denoted by [mathematical expression not reproducible], if [lambda] < [f.sub.A](e)(x) and two fuzzy soft points [mathematical expression not reproducible] are said to be distinct if x [not equal to] y or e [not equal to] e'.
Depending on chambering, the HTP line offers jacketed hollowpoints, semi-jacketed hollowpoints, soft points and lead hollowpoints.
The soft point [e.sub.f] is said to belong to a soft set g [member of] S, denoted by [e.sub.f] [??] g, if e [member of] E and f(e) [[subset].bar] g(e).
For any a [member of] S and any proper subset [lambda] of U, a critical soft point, denoted by ([(a].sub.[lambda]], S), over U is defined to be a soft set over U where
Penetration of standard Fourth Generation (expanding jacketed soft point) bullets at impact velocities in excess of about 2,600fps (800m/s) deteriorates dramatically.
MSP Alex Johnstone said: "The rest of the UK would see Scotland as a soft point of entry."
Weatherby offers various loads in addition to the 85-grain Barnes TSX at 3,500 fps, including an 87-grain soft point at 3,523 fps, a 95-grain Ballistic Tip at 3,420 fps, a 100-grain soft point at 3,406 fps, and a 100-grain Nosier Partition at 3,406 fps.
jacketed soft point (JSP) .357 Magnum ammunition at $23.80 a box.
Specific designs include the Soft Point, Pointed Soft Point and Bronze Point Tipped bullets.