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Author Topic: .357 sig and air marshals  (Read 9706 times)

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.357 sig and air marshals
« on: October 05, 2006, 01:05:33 PM »
Hi everyone I am new to the forum. I am doing a research project on the sig .357 round used by air marshals and concerns of over pentration thru human tissue and interior componets of the plane such as seats and cockpitt walls. Any information that could be provided on these subjects would be greatly apreciated.

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 Jerry did the afte journal I sent you arrive ok?

 

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