Most missile defense systems are like handguns, trying to hit a target with a single bullet. But the Pentagon has a new weapon in the works that's more like a shotgun, spraying buckshot until it knocks a missile down. A prototype of the "Multiple Kill Vehicles" system could be flying by 2007. The Arms Control Wonk has details -- and pictures, too.
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