Serial 2395

FBI LABORATORY
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535

February 8, 1980

To: SAC, San Francisco (89-250)
From: Director, FBI
Re: RYMUR

Examination requested by: San Francisco
Reference: Airtel dated January 14, 1980
Examination requested: Firearms
FBI file no: 89-4286
Lab. No.: 00117014 S NM

Remarks:

The submitted bullet jacket has been returned to San Francisco, under separate cover, by registered mail.

[Page 2]

Report of the
FBI LABORATORY
FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20535

February 8, 1980

To: SAC, San Francisco (89-250)
Re: RYMUR
FBI file no: 89-4286
Lab. No.: 00117014 S NM

Specimens received: January 17, 1980

Q1289 Bullet jacket

Specimen Q1289 was the copper jacket from a .30 caliber bullet which was fired from a barrel rifled with six grooves, right twist, like the barrels of the K14, K15, K16, K18, and K19 rifles listed in Laboratory report 81219043 S NM, dated December 22, 1978. However, because of corrosion there are no remaining macroscopic marks of value in Q1289 for comparison purposes. Therefore, it could not be determined if Q1289 had been fired from any of these weapons.

[Pages 3 through 5 are handwritten notes upon which report was based.]

Originally posted on November 12th, 2020.

Skip to main content