I have broken a cardinal rule I have about killing anything unless I am angry at it or intend to eat it, all in the name of science. Noticing a large quantity of man-o-war jellyfish surrounding the sunken barge that we have been salvaging for the past few days, I decided to perform a ballistic experiments. .22 target rounds pass right through them, leaving only a white streak and not doing much apparent damage to the jellyfish. A .45 jacket hollow-point plus P, on the other hand, will render them disappeared until a tangled mess of tenticles surface looking like a mess of translucent spagetti. Hydro-shocks totally dissolve them too. Tomorrow's continued experiment will detail CCI stingers and other hyper-velocity hollow-points in .22, as well as a few pot-shots with .38 and .357 loads. I think I am starting to enjoy my new-found blood-lust.