I guess I watched the video with an open mind. I find out when I go and talk to experts, they should talk and I should listen. They got here some how.
Never said the 22lr was on par with typical self defense calibers. Just using it as an illustration to show how even a standard velocity, 40gr, soft lead roundnose bullet can defeat a heavy bone and keep moving into the target.
Where is the 1250fps threshold data at? Never heard of that one. Especially with bullets since 1990. Even the lowly 38 Soecial has great performances, predicted by gelatin no less, in stoppages on human targets and the 135gr bullet is way lower than 1000fps. Nor even in the cast bullet world for hunting, where size really does matter.
If you don’t take real world shootings nor the tests that help the industry’s standards, you must have more knowledge and data than the FBI and other agencies. But we all choose what we want in the end.