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By Jim Weiss
It is the bullet design -- not the caliber -- that determines bullet effectiveness in most police scenarios. Here are the best designs for handguns, shotguns, patrol rifles and sniper rifles from the top ammo makers.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order May 2012)
By Jim Weiss
(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Jan/Feb 2012)
By Ed Sanow
The ATK Workshop covers the difference between bonded and non-bonded bullets; the difference between how handgun bullets cause injury and how rifle bullets cause injury; the difference between a permanent crush cavity and a temporary stretch cavity; the effects of different barriers (glass, metal, heavy clothes) on bullet performance; and how to pick the best ammo for police scenarios.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Apr 2013)
By Steve Tracy
Three full days at Gunsite Academy, shooting the best S&W has to offer in a compact revolver and semi-auto pistol from BLACKHAWK! gear, proves it all comes down to the reload. The 640 Pro Series 357 and the Shield 9mm both work exceedingly well, making it a difficult choice.
(This article was originally published in Tactical Response Nov/Dec 2013)
Both the Federal Premium line and the Speer LE line of ammo include bonded duty bullets, conventional hollowpoints, low-cost training ammo, and lead-free training ammo. A line of Force-on-Force marking ammo completes the one-stop shop for law enforcement. Here is a sampling of it all.
(This article was originally published in Law and Order Jan 2015)