Many studies have been conducted about the evaluation and reconstruction of fired bullet paths delivered in indoor scenes (1-4). Typically, the shooting environment for such training is achieved by the construction of temporary walls, artificial matrices, or other simulated surfaces so that shots of known origin can be safely delivered and the properties studied while on an active shooting range. During this study an abandoned and vacant structure, the University of Colorado Hospital building, was made available for delivering live shots within the office areas.
Studying Fired Bullet Performance in a Unique Environment
Noedel, M. Studying Fired Bullet Performance in a Unique Environment. J. Assoc. Crime Scene Recon., 2010, 16(3), 27-36.