We discuss quite a lot on this subject and it's overwhelmingly believed that the faster a bullet travels, the faster it expands and limits penetration. My question is this...take the same bullet, cal and sd, say fired at 2500fps and it penetrates to x amount of inches, ok? Then, same scenario, but fired at 2900 fps.Would that extra 300 fps equate to x plus inches in penetration or would that extra speed be moot? I would buy that that extra velocity would get a little more penetration...kinda like being jabbed with a blunt object like the end of a baseball bat...eventually, if one got jabbed with enough velocity, it could penetrate right through you, theoretically. So where am I going wrong?