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Hiring the right people for IBIS — finding the best person sometimes means that you have to go against your instincts

Author: Ron Nichols

Given the recent advances in Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS®) hardware and software, one thing is abundantly clear—it is very technician friendly. From acquisition through correlation results review, technicians can perform IBIS tasks quickly and reliably.

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Cast firing pins: what to look out for

Author: Andrew Boyle

When you’re performing reviews and comparing firing pin images, you’ll want to be especially careful when you see a straight, scar-like line going through the middle of the firing pin impression, as shown in the following images. This means that the firing pin is a cast firing pin.

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Making Ghost Guns a Little Less Scary

Schrijver: Andrew Boyle

The term “Ghost Gun” is used to describe any firearm that does not have a serial number.  The onset of 3D-printed firearms means that ghost guns with no external markings whatsoever will be a reality for IBIS users around the world when they’re trying to add a firearm exhibit into IBIS. 

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Tastes great! Solve homicides! Prevent shooting!

Author: Ron Nichols

“Tastes great! Less filling!”, the long-running marketing campaign for a lite version of a popular beer, was ranked by a marketing magazine as the eighth best campaign in history. Commercials featured individuals who would drink the beer and then exclaim, “Tastes great!”

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Are you cutting off the ends of the ham?

Author: Ron Nichols

There’s a story of a young girl watching her mom prepare the ham for the holiday dinner. She saw her mom cutting off each end of the ham and asked her why she did that.

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Firing Pin Shapes | To Glock or Not to Glock…

Author: Andrew Boyle

New manufacturing developments with Glock firearms have brought forward the question of when “Glock” should be selected as the Firing Pin Shape while creating an IBIS cartridge case exhibit. To give the most comprehensive answer, we first have to review the philosophy behind how IBIS is used.

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Decreasing the Backlog to meet the needs of Law Enforcement

An interview with Forensics Services Chief Pam Hofsass

"There is no quick fix to the increased demand for testing and connectivity, however, if you work collaboratively and with an open mind, great things can happen."
~~ Chief Pam Hofsass

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Exhibit Acquisitions: Double Dipping is Bad (Except When It’s Good)

Author: Andrew Boyle

There are many things that can be done to increase your effectiveness with IBIS. One of the services we offer is to have an IBIS trainer visit your site and perform an evaluation of your IBIS work and your workflow.

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