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EJECTOR MARKS from a M1911A1.45 AUTOMATIC Slides Assembled by Luke Haag-Criminalist Forensic Science Services Carefree, AZ
.45-CALIBER SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Slide Forward Slide Retracted
Disassembled into the Major Components frame slide barrel ejector
EJECTOR in the ASSEMBLED PISTOL
FIRED CARTRIDGE about to CONTACT the EJECTOR Slide
EJECTOR: Left and Right Side Views
EJECTOR: Working Surface
EJECTOR: Working Surface Low Magnification Medium Magnification High Magnification
5 TEST-FIRED CARTRIDGES from the.45 AUTOMATIC Ejector Marks
EJECTOR MARKS on 2 TEST-FIRED CARTRIDGES
‘Click’ for some representative points of comparison
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