The bullets used on Utøya massacre


#1

Hi,

Browsing the web seeking for European police duty ammo, I came incidentally across this: the bullets used on terrorist attacks by Anders Behring Breivik against the civilian population, and a Workers’ Youth League (AUF)-run summer camp in Utøya. For reminder 69 people died on this island, of which 67 died from gunfire.






https://www.nrk.no/227/artikler/fikk-se-politiets-utoya-bilder-1.8115516?index=0#album-1-8115825

http://www.jostemikk.com/kulene-benyttet-pa-utoya-kan-kjopes-over-disk/

Cheers,
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#2

A member of this board was the consulting firearms forensics expert in the trials, if you weren’t aware already.

Ole


#3

I read where this Anders guy could possibly be eligible for parole in 12, 15 years. Could that be true? Tom from Minnesota


#4

The maximum sentence is 21 years in Norway. When those 21 years are served you will be judged whether you are fit for release. He will be refused release and given a new sentence when the 21 years are up.

Ole


#5

I have a question concerning the 9mm S&B 124 grs LRN, does this bullet actually expand when hitting a human target (may be bones or skull)?

I have in mind that Breivik choose this particular round, probably because, and as in many European countries, hollow-points are restricted for handgun calibers.

Cheers,
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