Okay. I think it was a re-run episode I saw the other night. The myth was to duplicate a viral video where a bullet was fired (9mm I think) into a frozen lake. Instead of the bullet bouncing off the ice the bullet simply spun like a top in the crater created. It took several attempts to duplicate the viral video, but they did in fact duplicate the video. The bullet spun like a top for several seconds.
My question is, what if one was to touch the bullet spinning several thousand rpm's? Simply fascinating.
Steve_in_NC - you have got to chime in on this one!
"Well, I thought it was a rabbit but it turned out to be Bear Grylls in a rabbit hide."
E.g., 50,000 to 100,000rpm. But even so only a very small fraction of the total muzzle energy -- maybe 1/10,000 -- is represented by the kinetic energy of the spin.
I doubt that ~0.1fpe could do much damage to your finger.