Why Hollow Points Are Banned in International Warfare
Did you know that hollow points are banned in international warfare? This is because they are considered too brutal and inhumane for use on the battlefield. Hollow points are commonly used by law enforcement and civilians, but they are outlawed for use by military forces around the world. In this blog post, we will explore the history of hollow point bullets and find out why they are banned in warfare.
Hollow point bullets were first used in the American Civil War. They were designed to cause more damage to the human body and were therefore more effective in battle. However, the use of hollow points was also seen as more brutal and inhumane, which is why they were eventually banned by the 1899 Hague Convention. The United States has never ratified the Hague Convention, but it has still followed the agreement's early laws of war.
So, why are hollow points so controversial? Well, when a hollow point bullet hits its target, it expands and causes more damage to the body. This can lead to more serious injuries, and even death. Because of this, hollow points are seen as too brutal for use on the battlefield.
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