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The committee wanted to address the many questions that had arisen over the last 1. WORLD WAR II HISTORICAL REENACTMENT SOCIETY NEW ZEALAND TRAINING REFERENCE MANUAL AN INTRODUCTION. At first glance the New Zealand soldier in. Firearms X Press Modern Homesteading Ideas. Top 10 Survival Skills You Need to Know FIREARMS X PRESS Step By Step Watch Video Now Recommended. President Kennedy, Dallas Police Officer J. D. Tippit, and Lee Harvey Oswald. The primary concern was to conduct a thorough examination of all the evidence, though some items, such as Jack Rubys revolver, were less relevant. The committee chose this approach in part to see if any new investigative leads would develop. Within an hour after President Kennedy was shot at approximately 1 1. CST1 on November 1. Deputy Sheriff Luke Mooney discovered three expended cartridge cases on the floor near a window at the southeast corner of the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. The cartridge cases were turned over to the FBI on November 2. At 1 2. 2 p. m. ,4 Deputy Sheriff Eugene Boone and Deputy Constable Seymour Weitzman discovered a bolt action rifle equipped with a telescopic sight, also on the floor of the sixth floor of the book depository, but near the northwest corner. Neither handled the rifle, but at the time Weitzman described it as a 7. German Mauser. 6 It was subsequently determined to be a 6. Mannlicher Carcano Italian military rifle. It was removed from the depository by Lieutenant Day and remained in his possession until it was released to the FBI at 1. November 2. 2, 1. When found, the Mannlicher Carcano contained one unfired 6. Western Cartridge Co. The cartridge was removed from the rifle by Capt. J. Will Fritz where the rifle was found. Later that day, the rifles six round cartridge clip was removed by Lieutenant Day in the Dallas Police Crime Laboratory. While the officers were collecting evidence in the book depository, Officer J. D. Tippit was shot and killed in the Oak Cliff section Dallas several miles away. Four expended. 3. Two of the recovered cartridge cases were manufactured by the Western Cartridge Co., the other two by Remington Peters. All four were delivered to the FBI laboratory on November 3. Four. 3. 8. aterials submitted for this report by the firearms panel were compiled by HSCA staff members Jim Conzelman and Whitney Warriss. A glossary of technical terms can be found at the end of this report. Tippits body during his autopsy. They were given to the FBI laboratory on March 1. Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested as a suspect in the Tippit shooting shortly before 2 p. November 2. 2. Apprehended after a scuffle in the Texas theater, he was carrying a Smith and Wesson revolver modified to fire. Four cartridges were found in the cylinder of the revolver and turned over to the FBI laboratory by the Dallas police on November 3. Two cartridges were found to be of Western Cartridge Co. Remington Peters. Five Western. 3. Oswalds trouser pocket and also were given to the FBI laboratory by the Dallas police on November 3. At approximately 1 5. November 2. 2, a virtually intact bullet was found on a stretcher in the emergency area of Parkland Memorial Hospital by Nathan Burgess Pool, an employee of Otis Elevator Co., and D. C. Tomlinson, power plant engineer of Parkland Hospital. Tomlinson handed the bullet to a Secret Service agent standing by the door to the emergency entrance. The bullet was delivered to the FBI laboratory in Washington, D. C., that same day. The Warren Commission eventually designated this bullet Commission exhibit 3. CE 3. 99, and concluded that it had caused all of Governor Connallys wounds after passing through the Presidents neck. Other items of evidence were later recovered. Four lead like fragments were removed from Governor Connallys wrist 2. FBI laboratory on November 2. During the Presidents autopsy at Bethesda Naval Hospital, three fragments were removed from his brain 2. FBI laboratory on November 2. Four more fragments were recovered from the Presidential limousine the nose portion of a metal jacketed bullet, found on the right side of the front seat by the Secret Service 3. Secret Service 3. FBI 3. 2 and lead residue taken from the inside of the windshield by the FBI. This evidence was turned over to the FBI laboratory for analysis on November 2. In addition to these other items, the Warren Commission obtained the bullet recovered by the Dallas police after an attempted assault on General Walker in Dallas on April 1. It was delivered to the FBI laboratory on December 4, 1. Although the Commission concluded that Oswald fired the bullet, the FBI laboratory could not conclusively identify it with the Mannlicher Carcano rifle. An item of evidence that the Warren Commission did not consider was the. Colt Cobra revolver recovered from Jack Ruby at the time of his apprehension in the basement of the Dallas Police Department by detective L. C. Graves. 3. 7 The revolver had never been sent to the FBI laboratory, but had remained in the possession of Dallas District Attorney Henry Wade, pending Jack Rubys trial. At the conclusion of the trial, the revolver was given to the administrator of Jack Rubys estate, Jules Mayer, 3. The whereabouts of the expended cartridge case found in the Ruby revolver and the bullet removed from Lee Harvey Oswald at his autopsy are unknown. According to William Alexander, assistant district attorney for the city of Dallas, the cartridge case and bullet were presented as evidence at Jack Rubys trial their disposition by the court is unknown. The committee contacted the Dallas Police Department and Jules Mayer to locate them, but to no avail. The Warren Commission relied on FBI facilities for the firearms identification. It concluded from the FBI tests that the stretcher bullet and the larger fragments of the base and nose of the bullet found in the limousine had been fired from the Mannlicher Carcano rifle recovered from the Texas School Book Depository. The remaining fragments removed from the limousine, Governor Connallys arm and President Kennedys brain were too minute for any type of microscopical examination. Spectrographic and neutron activation analysis were conducted on all fragments, allowing their elemental composition to be compared. Although they were found to be of similar metallic composition, 4. FBI laboratory was unable to determine whether the nose and base fragments originated from the same or different bullets.