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(Studio) campaign. reported begun to outlaw "super bullet" capable of killing more than one person in single shot.
REPORTER: Connie Chung
(Los Angeles, California) Scenes from "Hill Street Blues" shown courtesy MTM Prods. Controversial KTW bullet examined; results of test firing shown. [California legislature Tom BANF - notes reason for using such bullets.] Bane said cosponsor of legislature outlawing metal-piercing bullets. [BANE - recalls assassination attempt on President Reagan (shown).] [State senator Edward DAVIS - explains opposition to such bullets.] KTW manufacturer and National Rifle Assn. noted refusing on-camera interview. [National Rifle Association lobbyist Richard COX - reads statement.] [California Wildlife Federal spokesperson Don CARPER - opposes legislature banning KTW-type bullet.] [Police OFFICORS - comment.] [Representative Mario
REPORTER: Betty Ann Bowser
BIAGGI - explains his opposition to bullets.] [Senator Edward Kennedy- supports Biaggi's legislature] Reagan administration said not supporting immediate ban on metal-piercing bullets; details given.
- Bowser, Betty Ann;
- Chung, Connie
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