I had already read that, I didn't feel as though it answered my question. It shows how to calculate the recovered diameter of the bullet, not necessarily the crush area of the bullet. I would assume, that depending on bullet profile, the crush area and recovered diameter may not be the same. At what point do the folded back petals of a HP stop crushing tissue? Or is there no difference between the RD and the actual crush area of a HP even though some HP's seem to end up with a profile that would not be conducive to crushing tissue. Basicly I am wondering if my logic is completely wrong or half way correct. I doubt I am completely right because I never am
The comment at the bottom of the provided link is basicly what I am getting at. How do we quatify and "sharper leading edge"?