Handbook of Firearms and Ballistics

Examining and Interpreting Forensic Evidence
 
 
Wiley (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 17. August 2011
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  • 416 Seiten
 
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978-1-119-96477-3 (ISBN)
 
The updated second edition of Handbook of Firearms and Ballistics includes recent developed analytical techniques and methodologies with a more comprehensive glossary, additional material, and new case studies. With a new chapter on the determination of bullet caliber via x-ray photography, this edition includes revised material on muzzle attachments, proof marks, non-toxic bullets, and gunshot residues. Essential reading for forensic scientists, firearms examiners, defense and prosecution practitioners, the judiciary, and police force, this book is also a helpful reference guide for undergraduate and graduate forensic science students.
2. Auflage
  • Englisch
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Developments in Forensic Science.
Acknowledgements.
Foreword.
1 Firearms.
1.1 A Brief History of Firearms.
1.2 Weapon Types and Their Operation.
1.3 Proof Marks.
Further Reading.
2 Ammunition.
2.1 A Brief History of Ammunition.
2.2 Ammunition Components.
2.3 Non-toxic Shot.
2.4 A Brief History of Propellants.
2.5 Priming Compounds and Primers.
2.6 Headstamp Markings on Ammunition.
3 Ballistics.
3.1 Internal, External and Terminal Ballistics.
3.2 Internal Ballistics.
3.3 External Ballistics.
3.4 Terminal Ballistics.
4 Forensic Firearms Examination.
4.1 A Brief History of Forensic Firearms Identification.
4.2 Rifling Types and Their Identification.
4.3 Fluted, Annular Ringed, Helical, Perforated and OversizedChambers.
4.4 Basic Concepts of Striation Matching.
4.5 Basic Methodology Used in Comparison Microscopy.
4.6 Mathematical Proof of Striation Matches.
4.7 Accidental Discharge.
4.8 Identification of Calibre from the Bullet Entry Hole.
4.9 Ricochet Analysis.
4.10 Bullet Penetration and Trajectory through Glass.
5 Range of Firing Estimations and Bullet HoleExaminations.
5.1 Introduction.
5.2 The Use of X-ray Photography.
5.3 Range of Firing Estimations for Pistols and Rifles.
5.4 Chemical Tests for Range of Firing Estimations and BulletEntry/Exit Hole Identification.
5.5 Range of Firing Estimations for Shotguns.
6 Gunshot Residue Examination.
6.1 Introduction.
6.2 Formation of Discharge Residue.
6.3 Distribution of GSR Particles.
6.4 Identification of GSR Particles.
6.5 The Use of the SEM for GSR Detection.
6.6 Sample Collection.
6.7 GSR Retention.
6.8 Conservation of GSR Particles on the Hands.
6.9 GSR Distribution on the Hands.
6.10 Identification of Type of Ammunition, Country of Originfrom GSR Analysis.
6.11 Environmental Contaminants.
6.12 Sources of Elements Commonly Found in Lead-Based GSRs.
6.13 Extending the Recovery Period for GSR.
7 Gun-Handling Tests.
7.1 Introduction.
7.2 Methodology for Ferrozine Use.
7.3 Case Notes.
8 Restoration of Erased Numbers.
8.1 Introduction.
8.2 Methods Used for Removal of Serial Numbers.
8.3 Theory behind Number Restoration.
8.4 Non-recoverable Methods of Number Removal.
8.5 Practice of Number Restoration.
8.6 Chemical Methods of Restoration.
8.7 Reagents Used for Various Metals.
8.8 Electrolytic Methods of Restoration.
8.9 Reagents Used.
8.10 Ultrasonic Cavitation for Restoration.
8.11 Magnetic Particle Method for Restoration.
8.12 Other Methods of Restoration.
8.13 Laser-Etched Serial Numbers and Bar Codes and TheirRestoration.
9 Qualifying the Expert and Cross-ExaminationQuestions.
9.1 Introduction.
9.2 General Background Questions.
9.3 Comparison Microscopy.
9.4 GSRs.
9.5 Ferrozine Test.
9.6 Standard of Review: 'Daubert Trilogy'.
10 Classification of Firearm-Related Death.
10.1 Multiple-Shot Suicides.
11 Glossary.
Appendix 1 Important dates in the History of Firearms from1247.
Appendix 2 GSR results for Chinese and USSRammunition.
Appendix 3 Primer content of some cartridge-operated nailguns.
Appendix 4 Commercial and General Abbreviations for BulletConfigurations.
Appendix 5 Trade Names.
Appendix 6 Gun Marks.
Appendix 7 Powder Burn Rate.
Appendix 8 Hearing Loss.
Appendix 9 General Firearms Values Conversion Table.
Index.

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