Non veni pacem mittere, sed gladium.
All the sword buffs swear this can only be done by a Japanese Katana- and not one of the new ones, but only one made by one of the old masters using the Lost Art of Great Sword-making, known only to a select few. How insulting to have a bullet split by a mere breadknife!
Velocity and soft lead FTW. I knew a lady who could routinely split a .44 round ball on a tomahawk edge using a Remington black powder cap-n-ball revolver. She competed in those mountain man type tournaments. Super nice person, but damned deadly too.
Nice but deadly, they make the best mates, but don't piss them off!
it's actually a butter knife. Bread knives are serrated.
You are right! That IS what I was thinking, but it isn't what my fingers stomped out. Oh well, back to the linotype!