Apparently inconspicuous army veteran Michael 'Mike' Newbury is shot at home with a rare caliber, actually absent from the amazing weapons collection is his secret toy room & lab, yet his corpse is missing. Tracing the bullet, from a novel Belgian gun, alerts the FBI, which sends agent Viggo McQuaid and his trainee-successor Matthew Pratt. The case is largely classified as Newbury discretely traveled the world's war zones for Mark Gabriel's exclusive, Defense-contracted company. The murder weapon was part of 144 stolen in Pakistan. A removed tattoo leads to a suspect, who is actually in acute danger. Written by
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The firearms expert said that 5.7x28mm ammunition is "rare; you can't even buy these rounds in the States." This is false. This ammunition was originally designed to penetrate body armor and restricted to military and police use, but civilian-legal versions have been available in the US since 2004. See more