I'm sure other shells can have that burst pattern, but it's typically from an air-to-air or surface-to-air missile. The "donut" pattern ensures that some of the shrapnel hits the target no matter if the missile goes under, over, or alongside the target.It's called a "continuous rod warhead" in the air-to-air stuff I used to work on.
Thank you sir. I kinda sorta figured something like that was going on.
I just couldn't pass up a comment on this when I saw the word verify letters!WV: pooss!! Is that what I think it was? OOOH, where can I get some 'o dat?
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