An Alternate Look at Handgun Stopping Power | Active Response Training
please read to the end, the author make distinctions and abnormalities in his own findings.Over a 10-year period, I kept track of stopping power results from every shooting I could find. I talked to the participants of gunfights, read police reports, attended autopsies, and scoured the newspapers, magazines, and Internet for any reliable accounts of what happened to the human body when it was shot.
I documented all of the data I could; tracking caliber, type of bullet (if known), where the bullet hit and whether or not the person was incapacitated. I also tracked fatalities, noting which bullets were more likely to kill and which were not. It was an exhaustive project, but Iím glad I did it and Iím happy to report the results of my study here.
I found this to be pretty interesting