By Tom Zmuda, Jaroslaw Manek, Dariusz Jezewski, Krzysztof Barcz, Tomasz Szlagor
Книга Название: Kagero Topshots No.12 - A-10 Thunderbolt II Название: Kagero Topshots No.12 - A-10 Thunderbolt II Книги Вооружение Автор: Tom Zmuda Год издания: 2005 Формат: pdf Издат.:Kagero Страниц: forty two Размер: 8.59 ISBN: 8389088827 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Язык: английский/польскийMonograph masking this flooring assault plane. Many element pictures make this a great e-book for the modeller. one hundred thirty color images. color 3-view. Drawings.
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Fisher, an expert tool designer and worker with precision instruments, formerly at the Bureau of Standards, and (most important of all) Captain Calvin Goddard who had served in World War I as a Medical Officer, whose hobby was guns of all descriptions, and who had a very unusual knowledge of firearms, their construction, manufacture, types and makes, specific models, individual characteristics, and peculiarities. Little did he know at the time that he was destined to become the pioneer and most distinguished worker in the field of firearms identification.
45. * There is no hint that it was ever used in the field of firearms identification. *A. S. Osborn-Questioned Documents, 1st Ed. 1910, page 326. In 1922 C. E. Waite, a special investigator, was assigned by the Governor of New York to a homicide case in which a firearm played a part, and he thus became interested in the possibility of the identification of firearms. But his ideas on the subject were very vague indeed. He gathered much information relative to existing firearms, their specifications and manufacture, but was greatly handicapped by the fact that he had no scientific training nor mechanical background and no particular knowledge of firearms.
Jurymen often may be uneducated, but few of them are dumb. And the more uneducated they are the more skeptical they are likely to be. It must be admitted that there are two sides to the question of whether photographs should be used in court. In several cases in the author's experience good photographs of matchings have been a decisive factor. In a very early case which was appealed to the State Supreme Court the justices had photographs of twelve matchings of rifling marks to examine. All six lands and all six grooves on the fatal bullet could be matched against the corresponding lands and grooves on a test bullet.