Cho Seung-Hui used HST's?

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    That's like the 9th time I've heard the term "Mozambique Drill". What exactly is it? Can you describe it for me?
    Two to the chest, one to the head.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozambique_Drill
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    Thanks! Familiar with the drill, never knew it had a name!

    Good Stuff!
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    "Mozambique Drill"
    Classically - a euphemism for - two to COM and one to head.
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    Which probably means he watched the movie 'Collateral' a few times. Ban it... At least video games are off the hook this time.

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    Judging from the depth of the cavity, I doubt these are Hornady but they might be Speer Gold Dot's.
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    Mozambique is known in the military as a "Failure Drill" - in other words, if two to the chest fail to stop the BG, give him one to the head.

    I'm in the doesn't matter camp, the Hanes and Nikes camp, and the stand there and take it from a hammer camp. Irregardless (yeah! I said it!) this guy was nuts, and could have used point blank shots to the eyeball with a BB gun if he wanted to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExSoldier View Post
    Judging from the depth of the cavity, I doubt these are Hornady but they might be Speer Gold Dot's.
    Speer Gold Dot does not come in gold cases, but has silver cases. Also, the bullet itself does not resemble Speer GD's in 115, 124 or 147. I have studied the pics against all the ammo I have, including what you mention above. There is no doubt in my mind now that they were WWB 147gr JHP's.

    ALSO- it has now been confirmed he bought the bulk of his ammo at Wal-Mart, which carries the WWB 147gr 9mm and very little else in 9mm JHP, and no other that is similiar in appearance to his pics.

    He bought his chains and locks at Home Depot.

    Doesnt much matter I guess, unless youre a "gotta know everything" kinda guy like me..

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