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Ballistic Angle and Trajectory Rod Set

Ballistic Angle and Trajectory Rod Set

Simulate Bullet Holes for Trajectory Determinations Follow the path of a bullet from weapon to victim or surface using the components of this ballistics set. Two sets of predrilled plastic blocks simulate the holes produced by 9 mm and .45 caliber bullets entering at 30, 45, 60, and 90 degree angles. Mount the blocks on a wall or any surface and determine trajectory using either trajectory rods or string, available separately. Set of 8 blocks.

Ballistic Angle Set

Ballistic Angle Set

Simulate Bullet Holes for Trajectory Determinations Follow the path of a bullet from weapon to victim or surface using the components of this ballistics set.

Bullet ID Poster

Bullet ID Poster

Classify Firearms From Bullet Appearance Focusing on bullet comparison and the marks associated with the comparisons, this poster outlines how to identify firearms involved in crimes from looking at the bullets fired.

• Size: 24″ x 36″

Cartridge Case ID Poster

Cartridge Case ID Poster

Helpful Ballstics Visual Aid Demonstrate the essential aspects of forensic firearm identification using the detailed photographs of this poster.

• Size: 24″ x 36″

Casting Kit

Casting Kit

Make Detailed Casts Using Professional-Grade Materials • Same materials used by Forensic Experts • Quick-drying material

Economy Trajectory Rods

Economy Trajectory Rods

Simulate Bullet Holes for Trajectory Determinations Follow the path of a bullet from weapon to victim or surface using the components of this ballistics set. Two sets of predrilled plastic blocks simulate the holes produced by 9 mm and .45 caliber bullets entering at 30, 45, 60, and 90 degree angles. Mount the blocks on a wall or any surface and determine trajectory using either trajectory rods or string, available separately. Set of 8 blocks.

Inert Display Cartridges

Inert Display Cartridges

Use to Safely Demonstrate Bullet Types, Or to Stage a Crime Scene Each one of these unused cartridges has been drilled through both sides and the primer has been drilled out to ensure the cartridges are physically inert and could never be made active. Additionally, the holes through the side make them visually recognizable as inert.

Science Behind Ballistics and Firearms Kit

Science Behind Ballistics and Firearms Kit

Do firearms leave a fingerprint? In this lab, students will learn background information on different types of firearms, and how a ballistics expert might use that knowledge to assist in crime scene investigations.

• NGSS Physical Science DCIs PS1, PS2, PS3 • Pre and post-laboratory assessments • Links to real world concepts • Estimated class/lab time required: 120 minutes over 2-4 days

The Cartridge Family — Plastic Cartridge Replicas Set

The Cartridge Family — Plastic Cartridge Replicas Set

Use to Safely Demonstrate Bullet Types, Or to Stage a Crime Scene • Safe Alternative to Ballistics • Various Sizes Included

Toolmark ID Poster

Toolmark ID Poster

Realistic Pictures Help in Identification Many different tools and their respective marks are highlighted on this explanatory poster.

• Size: 24″ x 36″

Toolmark Identification Kit

Toolmark Identification Kit

Examine the Interaction of Tools and Objects With Which They Come in Contact Explore various types of tools, marks made by those tools, and the comparison process used in analyzing tool marks with this comprehensive kit.

• Experience Many Materials

Trajectory Kit

Trajectory Kit

Includes Everything Needed to Measure Trajectories at Crime Scenes
• Reuseable Materials • Math and Physics Intensely Used

Ward’s® Gunshot Residue Presumptive Test

Ward’s® Gunshot Residue Presumptive Test

Colorimetric test for trace evidence. This simple, two-part presumptive test will help you quickly determine whether or not a surface has recently been exposed to a discharged firearm.

• Grades 9-12 • Estimated class/lab time required: 30 minutes