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Old 21st January 2015, 10:35 PM
verminator verminator is offline
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If I recall, in that specific case, there were many guns involved. The defendant in question was not convicted for the rifle taken apart by the labs, but for a rifle that was work in progress (conversion from .177 to .22). Also for .22 LR ammo found after letting their fire-arms license lapse.

That said, the testing may well have some influence on the Judge/Jury.
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