I did jury duty on a murder trail many years ago. The 'hi-tech' club was used first. It was a Ruger in 9mm caliber. It left an imprint of the magazine on the victims skull. The impact released the full magazine, which was found at the scene. The perp then shot the victims once with the still chambered round. I said 'victims' because the bullet exited victim #1, who died, and struck victim #2 in his leg.
Finding witnesses was difficult, as all 100 or so patrons of the bar claimed to be in the phone booth at the time.
We the jury found him guilty of murder in the 2nd degree. He's a career criminal so is still in prison.
Anyone know what the current US military bandoleer load is? a bandoleer is usually considered the typical load out for an individual soldier’s single day in combat....(could be multiple bandoleers in today’s rock n roll culture) In WWII the load out was 80 rounds...(ten 8 round en-bloc clips)
Basic Combat Load (absolute minimum to get out the gate) is 210 rds (7 each 30-round mags). Most will carry as much as they can, and then some.