Published Online: 1 May 1998
Page Count: 3
9 mm Ammunition Used in a 40 Caliber Glock Pistol: An Atypical Gunshot Wound
Blodgett Memorial Medical Center,
Palm Beach County Medical Examiner's Office,
(Received 25 July 1997; accepted 27 August 1997)
Atypical gunshot wounds due to ricochet and intermediate targets have been well described in the literature. We represent a case of suicide with an atypical entrance wound and bullet without rifling marks due to 9 mm ammunition being loaded and fired from a 40 caliber semiautomatic pistol.
forensic science, ammunition, rifling, gunshot wound, caliber
Paper ID: JFS16208J
Title 9 mm Ammunition Used in a 40 Caliber Glock Pistol: An Atypical Gunshot Wound
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