There is "special" 6.5mm and 7.62mm ammunition which is used in various miniguns. It has an absurd amount of penetration, here compared:
B_65x39_ball: caliber = 1 (normal 6.5mm)
B_762x51_ball: caliber = 1.6 (normal 7.62mm)
B_408_ball: caliber = 2.2 (.408 CheyTac)
B_127x99_ball: caliber = 2.6 (NATO .50 caliber)
B_127x108_ball: caliber = 2.8 (Soviet/Iran .50 caliber)
B_127x99_slap: caliber = 3.4 (NATO .50 caliber APDS)
b_127x108_apds: caliber = 3.6 (Iran .50 caliber APDS)
and then the minigun's special ammunition:
b_65x39_minigun_caseless: caliber = 3.2!
b_762x51_minigun_tracer_red: caliber = 3.6!
As well, the minigun ammunition causes a large amount of splash damage, which doesn't make sense to me.
My suggestion: get rid of the special splash-damage super-penetrating minigun ammo, use normal ammunition in miniguns.
It doesn't make sense that a bullet penetrates as well as a .50 caliber APDS and does splash damage just because it was fired from a minigun.