Thanks. I tend to straddle the fence on this and I figure both fields have plenty to offer.
One area where I am left wanting more information is the .357 sig. When Marshall and Sanow released Stopping Power in 2001, their data for the .357 sig was based on less than 70 shootings. I would think with ten years more data and a lot more trained law enforcement personnel using the round that more data would be available. I also would think that the first shot stopping percentage may have changed (potentially proving that the round does or does not approximate the capabilities of the .357 magnum).
Do you know of any publicly viewable "collected street results" from organizations such as ILEETA etc which use the first shot stopping percentages?
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