Kemtec Ballistics Kits: The Sacco & Vanzetti Case
Kemtec Ballistics Kits: The Sacco & Vanzetti Case allows students to decide whether suspects are guilty or innocent by examining case evidence
Manufacturer: Kemtec 10555
- Can aspiring ballistics experts determine if Sacco and Vanzetti committed this crime?
- Reconstruct the crime scene from evidence, then collect evidence from the scene
- Calculate projectile trajectories using a map of gunshot evidence, ballistics blocks, and trajectory rods
- Learn to predict bullet trajectories using both string and laser techniques
- Characterize ammunition using inactive dummy cartridges, fired bullets, and fired casings
- Use gunshot residue analysis to identify suspects
- Analyze crime scene evidence to support the court case
- A great opportunity for teaching chain of custody and proper evidence collection
- Includes instructions and documents for holding a mock trial
- Includes supporting cross curricular extension activities to address social and political issues
- Want to run more students per experiment simultaneously avoiding stations?
- Need to accommodate multiple sessions or growing Forensic Science classroom sizes?
- Expansion kit provides additional materials for trajectory analysis and bullet measuring experiments
- Set of four ballistics blocks with trajectory rods
- Two lasers with ballistics block adapters
- Three sets of chemical resistant ballistics evidence maps
- Six stainless steel calipers
|Provides additional materials for the Trajectory Analysis Experiment and Bullet Measuring|
|Ballistics: The Sacco & Vanzetti Case Complete Kit|
|Ballistics Blocks with Trajectory Rods (Set of 4), Lasers (2), Ballistics Block Laser Adapters (2), Ballistics Evidence Maps (Set of 3), Stainless Steel Calipers (6)|
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