STREET STOPPERS: THE LATEST HANDGUN STOPPING POWER STREET RESULTS
Author: Evan P. Marshall & Edwin J. Sanow
Publisher: PALADIN PRESS, Oct 2003
The very latest results of hundreds of actual shootings involving every major handgun caliber, including the hot new .40 S&W. Also covers exotic ammo street results, the controversial Strasbourg Tests on live goats, the Fuller Index for predicting stopping power & much more. Photos; 8.5x11 inches, 392 pgs.
This long-awaited sequel to "Handgun Stopping Power" gives the very latest results of hundreds of actual shootings involving every major handgun caliber, including the hot new .40 S&W. Also covers exotic ammo street results, the controversial Strasbourg Tests on live goats, the Fuller Index for predicting stopping power and much more.
If you want to know how handgun ammunition will work against human targets in the future, you must look at how similar ammo has worked against human targets in the past. This is exactly what Evan Marshall & Ed Sanow did with the release of Handgun Stopping Power in 1992 and Street Stoppers in 1996.
Like its best-selling predeccessors, Stopping Power bases its conclusions on real-world facts from real-world gunfights. It provides the latest street results of actual police and civilian shootings in all of the major handgun calibers, from .22 LR to .45 ACP, plus more than 30 chapters of vital interest to all gun owners, including:
* The results of the brand-new ammunition test protocol of the U.S. Border Patrol, which is involved in more gunfights than any other federal agency
* The emergence of the hot new police caliber, the .357 SIG, as a potent manstoppers, as well as the continued success of the .40 S&W on the streets
* The story behind the latest exotic ammunition, including the .400 Cor-Bon, Triton .40 Super and 5.7 x28 mm
* Street results for major rifle and shotgun loads, short-barrel handgun ballistics and an enlightening chapter predicting the effectiveness of black powder firearms.
The only thing worse than being involved in a gunfight is losing one. The information in this book will help you choose the right bullets for your gun so you don't lose.