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Physical Match of Fragmented Bullets
Tool Marks and Materials Laboratory, Division of Criminal Identification and Forensic Science (DIFS), Israel National Police HQ,
Firearms Identification Laboratory, Division of Criminal Identification and Forensic Science (DIFS), Israel National Police HQ,
Former Firearms Examiner at DIFS, Duty officer,
Alenby Bridge Station, SHAY District, Israel National Police,
(Received 13 November 1998; accepted 2 August 1999)
The technique of physical match, which is widely used with materials such as plastic and glass, is applied to fragmented bullets for determination of common origin. The more conventional method, of tool marks comparison, is later used to connect the bullet with a firearm.
forensic science, physical match, physical fit, mechanical fit, fracture match, bullet fragments, firearms
Paper ID: JFS14757J
Title Physical Match of Fragmented Bullets
Symposium , 0000-00-00
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