The following is the text that preceded the table related to the markings on the shells. The data in that table was extracted from the following evidence on the record:
Let’s look at an excerpt from the Hoover letter related to CE 543.
We learn here that CE 543, a/k/a C6, had a mark from the magazine- follower (the spring-tensioned lever that pushes a cartridge up in the clip: RH Endnotes 422), and three marks on the base of the cartridge case unique to this cartridge:1 Next, an excerpt from the Hoover letter related to CE 544, a/k/a C7, tells us that this shell has a chambering mark (an impression made in the side of the shell when it is seated in the chamber), and a mark made by a contact with the bolt in the rifle:...
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