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Omaha reporter looking for "ballistics expert"

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by News Shooter, Aug 2, 2007.

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  1. News Shooter

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    It sure ain't me..be nice and know what you're talking about. This is a chance
    to shine

    Michael.O'Connor@owh.com
     
  2. redneckrepairs

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    I suggest you post questions here , and get a group view . Transparency is a good thing on technical topics. Like academics shooters benefit from peer review .
     
  3. News Shooter

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    It's not me

    that is the email of the reporter
     
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    What kind of "ballistics expert?"

    Many people think toolmark examination is ballistics. It's not. Does he actually mean ballistics?
     
  5. News Shooter

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    I have no idea

    The request only said he was working on a "story" I woudl imagine this would have something to do with a local Omaha murder story. I doubt it is any kind of in depth treatise on anything. I just always jump at the chance to give the MSM some accurate information
     
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    Probably the one where 2 punks shot a mailman in the head with a shotgun---and nothing really happened to the guy----he's back at work already.
     
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