Quigley Down Under

Plot hole: During the night-time firefight in the town, Quigley puts a 45 caliber, 500+ grain chunk of lead through a bad guy's thigh. Even supposing it didn't shred the femoral artery, it would have shattered the femur, making it unlikely that the evildoer could dash off into the night..

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Suggested correction: It's entirely possible the bullet missed both the bone and the artery.

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