We heard that several “.223 casings” were recovered at the scene but there is very little in the way of factual information out there.
From one report for what it’s worth.
Late Saturday night, sources said a .223-caliber assault rifle, similar to an AR-15, was used in the murders, with approximately 14 rounds being fired.
A couple of other threads from earlier if anyone is interested in the comments thereon:
Texas Prosecutor And Wife Slain At Their Home .. 86 replies
Kaufman County (TX) DA and wife found shot to death, door kicked in. 59 replies
Interesting time line of events in Kaufman Cty
Kaufman County slayings timeline
DECEMBER 2012: The Texas Department of Public Safety issues a statewide bulletin warning that authorities had received credible information that the Aryan Brotherhood was actively planning retaliation against law enforcement officials who helped secure indictments in Houston against dozens of members, including the gangs leadership.
JAN. 31: Kaufman County prosecutor Mark Hasse is shot and killed while getting out of his car near the county courthouse. Authorities acknowledge they are investigating the possibility of a link between the slaying and the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang. However, they quickly add that to their knowledge, Hasse was not currently handling any cases involving Aryan Brotherhood members. They say that labeling the organization the focus of their probe would be premature.
FEB. 9: At a memorial service for Hasse, Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland vows that the prosecutors killers will be brought to justice.
MARCH 22: Authorities say the FBI is looking into whether Hasses slaying could have any connections to the March 19 slaying of Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements. A federal official said the suspect in Clements slaying, Evan Spencer Ebel, was a member of the white supremacist 211 prison gang.
SATURDAY: McLelland and his wife, Cynthia Woodward McLelland, are found fatally shot at their home.