I've done my homework and read numerous threads about bonded ammunition. Most of what I read was all opinion and speculation, and a little of it contained solid numbers and facts. The pictures were the best. We know a FMJ round puts a small hole in someone, leaving the potential for kinetic energy to leave the body. A JHP round will drop all of its kinetic energy inside a person and do more damage as it mushrooms. But from what I'm gathering from people, is that the bonded JHP seems to act as an in-between of these two rounds... Is this correct?
Anyway, I still have some questions. If I'm shooting 9mm bonded Winchester Ranger ammo (ZQ4364) do I have anything to worry about once that bullet enters a bad guy? Of course, no bullet is effective without proper placement. I guess what I'm asking is will a bonded FMJ have the same stopping power as a non-bonded FMJ?
Your opinions as well as personal experiences would be most helpful!