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Atomic Absorption Analysis is considered to be a sensitive, most effective method for the detection of firearm discharge residue on the skin or clothing of a suspect. The AAA process has demonstrated its suitability as an investigative aid for nearly a decade and has been accepted in federal and state courts as conclusive evidence in numerous cases.  > More
#A-7200 (10 Kits) - Price: $75.95   
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There are two types of analysis which can be conducted on collected gun shot residue. Atomic Absorption (AA) analysis on residue which has been collected on cotton tip swabs. Or Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis on residue which has been collected on sticky metal stubs.

Arrowhead offers 5 Gunshot Residue (GSR) Collection kits. Each kit is complete with disposable gloves, Instructions For Use, and Information Collection Sheet.

Custom configurations of these kits are available on request. > More
#A-7210-2SB SEM 2 Carbon Disks, Box
      - $8.10   
#A-7210-4SB SEM 4 Carbon Disks, Box
      - $9.25   
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There are two types of analysis which can be conducted on collected gun shot residue. Atomic Absorption (AA) analysis on residue which has been collected on cotton tip swabs. Or Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis on residue which has been collected on sticky metal stubs.

Arrowhead offers 5 Gunshot Residue (GSR) Collection kits. Each kit is complete with disposable gloves, Instructions For Use, and Information Collection Sheet.

Custom configurations of these kits are available on request. > More
#A-7211-2SE SEM 2 Carbon Disks, Envelope
      - $7.50   
#A-7211-4SE SEM 4 Carbon Disks, Envelope
      - $8.75   
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There are two types of analysis which can be conducted on collected gun shot residue. Atomic Absorption (AA) analysis on residue which has been collected on cotton tip swabs. Or Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis on residue which has been collected on sticky metal stubs.

Arrowhead offers 5 Gunshot Residue (GSR) Collection kits. Each kit is complete with disposable gloves, Instructions For Use, and Information Collection Sheet.

Custom configurations of these kits are available on request. > More
#A-7205 - Price: $13.95   
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There are two types of analysis which can be conducted on collected gun shot residue. Atomic Absorption (AA) analysis on residue which has been collected on cotton tip swabs. Or Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis on residue which has been collected on sticky metal stubs.

Arrowhead offers 5 Gunshot Residue (GSR) Collection kits. Each kit is complete with disposable gloves, Instructions For Use, and Information Collection Sheet.

Custom configurations of these kits are available on request. > More
#A-7202-4SB - Price: $9.95   
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There are two types of analysis which can be conducted on collected gun shot residue. Atomic Absorption (AA) analysis on residue which has been collected on cotton tip swabs. Or Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) analysis on residue which has been collected on sticky metal stubs.

Arrowhead offers 5 Gunshot Residue (GSR) Collection kits. Each kit is complete with disposable gloves, Instructions For Use, and Information Collection Sheet.

Custom configurations of these kits are available on request. > More
#A-7201-1S - Price: $2.25   
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A portable laboratory for rapid ID of bullet holes. The identification of bullet holes and marks produced by projectiles is very important in the investigation of criminal cases. Bullet holes are usually characterized by the presence of metals, mainly lead and copper, originating from the bullet’s outer surface and inner core. This kit utilizes chemical reagents for the detection of metals deposited by the presence of bullets. This kit is capable of determining direction from which the bullet was fired, the caliber of the projectile, and the identification of many types of bullets. > More
#A-6052 Bullet Hole Test Kit
      - $325.00   
#A-6053 Tube Refills
      10 Sets of 4 - $183.00   
#A-6054 Test Paper Refills
      25 Sheets - $23.10   
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Arrowhead is pleased to offer ISid-2 second generation advanced gunshot residue binary test kits. This kit includes everything required to collect GSR evidence from a suspect for both the investigation and for the crime lab. The new design incorporates standard “sticky tab” carbon tape particle collection devices, which meet the requirements of most state crime labs that conduct SEM (scanning electron microscope) testing for GSR. The investigator first sticky tab swabs the suspect according to approved techniques, and then places the tabs into an evidence envelope with evidence tape for delivery to the forensic laboratory. The investigator then dry swabs the suspect with the L.E.T. swab and applies a chemical reagent. A blue reaction on the swab at the 5 min. interval indicates the presence of nitrocellulose. A blue reaction is considered highly probable the suspect has recently fired a weapon. With this new kit, field results can be confirmed in the lab via SEM. > More
#A-6204A ISID Instant Shooter Identification Kits
      - $28.45   
#A-6204AC ISID Instant Shooter Identification Case Pack
      (Case of 10) - $276.66   
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SEM (Scanning Electron Microscopy) tests are conducted through analysis of the residues which have been collected on sticky metal stubs. This kit comes in either a 2 stub or 4 stub application and includes instructions, gloves, security seals and a plastic box. > More
#A-MDCGSR2 SEM 2 Carbon Disks, Plastic Case
      - $8.10   
#A-MDCGSR4 SEM 4 Carbon Disks, Plastic Case
      - $9.25   
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The Rapid Identification Friend or Foe (RIFF) kit is a militarized version of ISID, intended primarily for use in military operations in urban terrain (MOUT) to help separate insurgents from noncombatants. The small compact RIFF kit is used for conducting the field test alone. In a matter of minutes one can presumptively identify the presence of gun shot residue. > More
#A-6205A (1 Application) - Price: $17.50   
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Specifically designed for quick, easy, effective field testing of gunshot powder residue. This field test kit is for the detection of nitrite containing residues typical to gun powder residues. > More
#A-1800GSR (Gun Shot Powder Residue Kit) - Price: $205.15   
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This rigid and durable tray has a diamond groove bottom base for gun support and grip. It's mobile, lightweight design allows users the ability to clean their gun anywhere The tray has 3 container holders which allows you to store cleaning agents and accessories. it also features four empty spaces between the three containers which gives the users the option for placing multiple hand guns on the tray without scratching the others The 24” flat bottom base gives you the option of various resting platforms including but not limited to range counters, laps, tables, benches, ground, etc. > More
#A-100-011-084WB - Price: $40.00   
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The BlueView™ Gunpowder Particle Test Kit is a fast, reliable field test for detection of trace nitrates found in gunpowder. When a weapon is fired gunpowder is blown back in the direction of the shooter and trace amounts of these residues are deposited on the shooter’s firing hand. Detection of these trace residues can give valuable information regarding whether or not a particular person has recently fired a weapon. This presumptive field test kit in a simple-to-use pouch format that can be deployed without any specialized training or equipment and results appear in seconds. This new format will allow for presumptive on-the-spot testing at crime scenes or anywhere a suspect may be apprehended. Simply press the special collection lifter against the back and palm surfaces of both the suspect’s hands. Place the included ampoule in the center of the lifter and return to the pouch. Fold over the top of the pouch, replace the clip and crush the ampoule. Shake well. If gunpowder particles are present, blue specks and/or smears will appear within 3 to 6 minutes. > More
#A-7215 - Price: $99.00   
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The distance of a firearm discharge is an important factor in crime scenes. The close range firing in a suicide, murder or other crime involving firearms can be determined by the detection of powder particles. A study of the scorching, blackening and powder patterns on the object or victim at the crime scene can tell much about the distance and angle of firing. Dark rings around the bullet hole due to abrasion or dirt can be confused with charring and blackening resulting from discharge. Small gunpowder particles, however, may go unnoticed if a sensitive method is not used. Therefore, a chemical test for the nitrite (burned particles) of gunpowder will be very useful in a study of crime scenes involving firearm discharges—both on the victim and the criminal. The two-step reaction involved in the formation of orange dye is known as diazotization and coupling. It is this combination of reactions that is specific for nitrite ions. The A-7214 kit provides a sensitive and specific method for the detection of nitrite particles at the crime scene. The sensitivity of the test eliminates the possibility of omission and error attending visual examination of the crime scene. By utilizing this kit, it is possible to distinguish between close-range and distant firearm discharge. Close-range firing and approximate distances can be determined by the powder tattooing on the body or clothing of the victim. After the development of nitrite particles, test paper should be photographed for a permanent record of particle dispersion.  > More
#A-7214 - Price: $99.00   
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