I am not familiar – could you explain what Evans and Mashall refers to?
Evans and Marshall were two law enforcement officers
That studied shootings in the late 70’s and 1980’s. They documented shootings from hospital er and law enforcement data when the caliber and ammo were known. It is very old-school, but they were the definitive database for quite some time.
Need to correct, Evan Marshall and Edwin Sanow… sorry, may not remember names but did remember the information!
Can you provide a link, all I can find is something about one Evan Marshall, and a forum he hosts, but little else.
Ignore my other reply, this resolved that issue.
Trying different pistols is a great idea.
The question that begs to be asked is, which pistol can she put all her rounds on target shooting rapid fire?
Admittedly these are marginal calibers by todays standard, and multiple hits (mag dumps, though I hate to use the term) should figure in to her training.
With that, you made me think of the KelTek 33. It also brought to mind a saying ascribed to the Russian leadership, “Quantity has a quality all its own.”
For those not familiar, the KelTek 33, it is a 22lr pistol with 33 round magazines. Beyond that, I only know what the reviews say, I have not shot or even held, one.
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