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Author Topic: Consecutive Manufactured/Sub-Class Firearm Exercise Module  (Read 1176 times)

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Consecutive Manufactured/Sub-Class Firearm Exercise Module
« on: February 12, 2018, 10:45:55 AM »

Example of casts from two different barrels.  Do these characteristics repeat on the fired bullets?  Only one way to find out.  :)
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This inclusive kit includes a multitude of consecutive manufactured components for research, proficiency, competency, or training purposes.  The fired bullets and cartridge cases are delivered separated and labeled (based on the manufacturer and position in the manufacturing sequence), but the individual bullets and cartridge cases are not marked.  The trainer/QA can mark the samples with random identifiers for testing purposes.

Each kit includes the following:
3 each, cartridge cases from 10 consecutively manufactured Kel-Tec slides with firing pins and extractors also consecutively manufactured
3 each, bullets from 10 consecutively manufactured button rifled Kel-Tec barrels
1 each barrel casting from Kel-Tec barrels 1 - 5
3 each, cartridge case from 10 consecutively manufactured Lone Wolf aftermarket slide with consecutively manufactured firing pin and extractor
1 each, breechface casting of 10 consecutively manufactured Lone Wolf broached slide
3 each, bullets from 10 consecutively button rifled Faxion Glock aftermarket barrel
3 each, bullets from 5 consecutively broach rifled Barsto Glock aftermarket barrels
1 each, 10 consecutively manufactured bunter castings

The kit includes documentation from the manufacturer with respect to the authenticity of manufacturing sequence. 
https://www.precisionforensictesting.com/collections/crime-laboratory-products/products/consecutive-manufactured-firearm-exercise
« Last Edit: February 12, 2018, 10:48:55 AM by Chris Monturo »
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