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Ruger LCP Study: a two-pronged approach

Conference/Workshop:
Association for Firearms and Toolmarks (AFTE)
Published: 2021
Primary Author: Melissa Nally
Research Area: Firearms and Toolmarks

This study started as an attempt to take a closer look at the rifling observed in the 380 Auto Ruger LCP pistol

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