Interesting questions

From Sitemeter, “can a fingerprint be recovered from a fired shell casing”? My guess is yes, at least under some circumstances. DNA from the oils left behind should be possible too.

The more interesting question is, “Who’s asking?” Is it someone on the criminal side or on the law enforcement side?

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