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No, doing that makes them curve....great for bending corners
Partially true, holding the pistol sideways with the sights faced outward will make the bullet's flight curve but turn the pistol facing inward gives you a flatter trajectory which in this case the shooter was right handed or a left handed individual that was trying to shoot the officer in the butt. Pretty simple if you use modern logic.
 

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Let's just say it. It was a damn pistol caliber carbine! In the lovely .40 Smifundwessonoil caliber
 

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Partially true, holding the pistol sideways with the sights faced outward will make the bullet's flight curve but turn the pistol facing inward gives you a flatter trajectory which in this case the shooter was right handed or a left handed individual that was trying to shoot the officer in the butt. Pretty simple if you use modern logic.
Huh, trajectory is the same regardless to which way you cant the pistol.....it's a physics thing.
 
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