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Wounding Characteristics of Glaser Safety Ammunition: A Report of Three Cases
Staten Island University Hospital,
New York City Police Department, Firearms Analysis Section,
de Roux, SJ
Office of Chief Medical Examiner and New York University Medical Center,
(Received 3 December 1999; accepted 29 February 2000)
Handgun ammunition that contains multiple pellets (birdshot) comes in two forms. We describe here the autopsy and radiographic findings in three individuals who were fatally wounded with Glaser safety ammunition and contrast the findings to those reported in shot shell injuries.
forensic science, forensic pathology, gunshot wounds, Glaser ammunition, pellet ammunition, wound ballistics, ballistics
Paper ID: JFS14929J
Title Wounding Characteristics of Glaser Safety Ammunition: A Report of Three Cases
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