(Received 2 April 1985; accepted 3 July 1985)
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It was determined that tempered glass automobile windows may severely influence the trajectory of .38 Special projectiles. In replicating an actual case situation, deflections as great as 26.4° were observed with jacketed hollow-point ammunition, and as high as 10.8° for lead ammunition.
Professor of forensic science, University of California, Berkeley, CA
Professor of forensic science, California State University at Sacramento, Sacramento, CA
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