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I recently looked at some ammo at a gun show and there was a fair amount of frangible pistol ammo. I understand the no-lead thing and that there is little chance of a ricochet. Apart from that, does frangible ammo have stopping power? I note that the bullet weights are lower than the normal lead ammo. And, does the bullet break up in a soft target, such as a person? And if it does break up , does that make it unlikely that ballistics work could match the bullet to the gun? Do any of you have experience with this type of ammo?