|First, pardon the intrusion - I know I'm new to this board and that this is my first post.
I'm a writer, and I'd like to ask for some assistance from anyone who could provide some relevant information.
A current storyline I'm working with has a character use a Walther WA-2000. The character then takes a shot through a bullet-proof limousine window in order to kill the official inside. While defeating this window is easy enough with an AP round, this causes a problem. From the research I've done, AP rounds have a lower ratio of lethality than standard JHP or FMJ rounds, as they penetrate straight through the target, instead of tumbling and fragmenting.
What I'd like to know, or get, is suggestions on how to specialize the rounds in this character's weapon so that is both effective in defeating such obstacles, and still inflict major damage on a possible non-vital hit (i.e. non-headshot).
Thank you in advance!