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- A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
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- (Ringtone (film)) Ringtone is a 2010 Malayalam film by Ajmal starring Suresh Gopi, Bala and debutant Megha Nair.
- A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
- A shot fired from a gun
- gunfire: the act of shooting a gun; "the gunfire endangered innocent bystanders"; "they retreated in the face of withering enemy fire"
- Gunshot was a British hip hop group, formed by MC Mercury, MC Alkaline, Q-Roc, DJ White Child Rix and DJ/MC Barry Blue in the area of Leyton in east London.
- A gunshot is the discharge of a firearm, and the sound effect thereof; the term can also refer to a wound caused by such a discharge.
- The range of a gun
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Gunshot Wounds: Practical Aspects of Firearms, Ballistics, and Forensic Techniques, SECOND EDITION (Practical Aspects of Criminal & Forensic Investigations)
Written by the nation's foremost authority on gunshot wounds and forensic techniques as they relate to firearm injuries, Gunshot Wounds: Practical Aspects of Firearms, Ballistics, and Forensic Techniques, Second Edition provides critical information on gunshot wounds and the weapons and ammunition used to inflict them. The book describes practical aspects of ballistics, wound ballistics, and the classification of various wounds caused by handguns, bang guns, rifles, and shotguns. The final chapters explain autopsy technique and procedure and laboratory analysis relating to weapons and gunshot evidence.
Shortly after gunshots...
If anyone knows more about this, I'd love to hear more -- links, personal accounts, whatever. Here are my own notes: I heard gunshots tonight, while waiting for a bus on 3rd Avenue, between Pike and Pine. Or at least they sounded like gunshots to me. Definitely some sort of short explosions, 5 or 6 of them, perhaps? Something like that. One first, I think, and then 4 or 5 more in more quick succession, though not a super regular pattern. I no longer remember the sequence, I just remember it as not sounding like, say, a collection of fireworks all lit at once, yet too close together to be fireworks lit separately, really. The sound was a crisp one, too, as I recall. Perhaps that's from the echoes in that environ, I don't know. Anyway, that's what I heard. I saw people ducking, people running, people looking to see what was going on, etc. And I happened to have my camera around my neck, so I dialed it to video mode (which took at least a second or two, on top of the time it took me to think to do so), and started recording. I don't know what possessed me to stop when I did, rather than keeping rolling for a bit. Perhaps I was thinking I'd make some use of the optical zoom (which, alas, won't move during recording of video on the Canon G9, which I was shooting with -- you'll notice I started to do a digital zoom, and then bailed out of that). But I never started again, and that was that. I called 911, and they took what little info I had, and then just told me they had cars in the area, and let me go. First patrol car spotted just a few moments later, followed by at least one more. There was a bus there whose driver I think might have been a witness. I think it was the #2. I don't know if he actually saw anything or not, or whether he called anything in if he did. Anyway, the bus was there when I heard the reports, and was still there for a little bit afterwards... then again, people were still boarding. My camera's timestamp, which I believe to be fairly accurate at the moment, put the video at 8:05pm. That's all I can think of just now... Oh, except to say that I heard reports from other bystanders that there had been some sort of fight or squabble earlier, which police had gotten involved with, but then left. And at least one person reported that they'd heard someone saying not to mess with [some girl], because she had a gun. Or something like that. Hearsay, I know... just reporting (what I can remember of) what I heard. This is the first time, that I can remember, that I've heard gunshots at such a close proximity in this city. (Or anywhere, really.) I know it goes on sometimes, but... seems pretty rare, where I've been -- and I'm sometimes in some "shady" places. [Note: The above was written late, after I continued my evening more or less as normal, and also after getting to the point of being pretty tired. Some of the above account is purely from memory, and other parts has confirmation from shortly-after-the-fact notes that I sent to myself, while it was all fairly fresh. Still, it was all written when I was tired. This description shall be subject to editing tomorrow, when I'm more awake. :-)]
Gunshot Residue Test
This photo series demonstrates the use of the Instant Shooter Identification Kit (ISID-2) to detect the presence of gunshot residue on a shooter's hand. In the first photo, a "sticky-tab" carbon tape particle collection swab is used collect possible gunshot residue from various locations on an individual's hand. Once collected, the swabs are stored with a control swab until they can be analyzed by a scanning electron microscope (SEM) to confirm the presence of gunshot residue. The second photo shows the results of a presumptive test on an individual who recently fired a handgun five times. The subjects hands (front and back, focusing on the web between the index finger and thumb) were swabbed with a special purpose patch. The patch was then exposed to a chemical reagent which indicates the presence of nitrocellulose in the form of blue spots and flecks. These flecks are highlighted by the red arrows. The last photo is the same instant test conducted on an individual who had fired a heavy machine-gun numerous times. The blue reaction is present all over the patch indicating large quantities of nitrocellulose on the subject's hands. According to the developer of the test, the presumptive Sandia LET instant shooter identification technique is 90% accurate. Results typically appear on the swab five minutes after exposure to the chemical reagent.
The Mystery of Lyle and Louise: Gunshot Residue - Suspicious powder was found on several surfaces at two different crime scenes. Your students must determine if the powder is gunpowder or another substance. -- Students will do a series of presumptive tests to determine if powder from several surfaces is gunpowder. Then they will learn how to analyze gunpowder with a scanning electron microscope (SEM) using a set of video clips filmed at the SEM lab at Marshall University. Students will receive a hard copy of the graphs, images, and other evidence from the SEM to determine if the substance is indeed gunpowder. -- Supplies are included for up to 30 students working in six groups. As in all Lyle and Louise modules, this kit is geared to high school and undergraduate courses, and is matched to National Science Education Standards. -- -- Included: SEM data for 12 particles, 6 positive and negative control swabs, gunshot residue swabs taken from 6 different surfaces, 50 alcohol swabs, pipettes for each group, 6 bottles of diphenylamine, 6 bottles of sodium rhodizonic acid, Fully illustrated teacher's manual with technique background.