The Fear of Teflon Coated Ammo – KTW, Winchester, and Hollywood Hype
In the 1960s, Paul Kopsch (an Ohio coroner), Daniel Turcos (a police sergeant), and Donald Ward (Kopsch’s special investigator), began experimenting with special purpose handgun ammunition. Their objective was to develop a law enforcement round capable of improved penetration against hardened targets, such as windshield glass and automobile doors. Conventional bullets, made primarily of lead, often become deformed […]
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