Other metals, such as zinc or tin, could be cast as bullets and handloaded. These metals, because of their hardness, would not take identifying rifling marks. No case is known to the author where such bullets have been used by a criminal, but surely such cases will occur sooner or later. A person intent on murder would not be likely to be disturbed as to the effect such hard bullets would have on the rifling in his gun. A spectroscopic analysis of the residue in a barrel in which tin or zinc bullets had been used would doubtless be discomfiting to him, however.
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