Just as any other shock of being hit comes to you, a gunshot is the same. Many things have been heard. Some may call it like a bee sting, some would call like a baseball hit, or maybe chronic pain throughout the recovery.
Famous case studies of being shot at:
Although I might never have had a chance of being shot at, the cases that came across are no less than a real experience for me. Deborah is one of them. In her own words, she said, “That felt like someone just chucked a small pebble at me.” Bullet hit Deborah in the side of her hip and traveled up to her rib cage on her left. That woman underwent 36 surgeries, and there was severe damage to her body. But she held up her spirits. After 90 seconds of her awakening, she wiggled her toes and then ankled. She said to herself that she was not dying. That gave her a tremendous amount of relief and hope.
If you think Deborah was such a strong-willed person, let me walk you through the case of Ryan Jarcy. That guy says that the trigger felt like a pile of Alpo dog food was just smashed up against his knee. His bone stuck out, and according to his report, his brain did not register for what happened at first. Then he tried to stand up and felt it only to yelp in pain and fall flat on the ground.
The feeling of being shot at:
There are many kinds of first feelings, and people do not register for the pain and happening at first. But Deborah had a burning sensation and a continuous poking or pricking and not like stabbing, she further emphasized.
There were also two cases where people got shot at the head, and they did not even feel it until far later. They realized they had chronic pain in the head or a strange ring that they had never heard and will remember it forever. Well, they understood that they had a bullet in their head.
In all the above cases, the pain has rarely been mentioned or felt. People do not suffer pain from the gunshot; instead, the initial feeling is a strange minor hit. And folks that is the feeling when a hot metal tears through your body!