striations


striations
   Parallel surface contour variations on the surface of an object caused by a combination of force and motion where the motion is approximately parallel to the plane being marked. These striations are accidental in nature and unique to a common origin, (a particular firearm or tool).

Forensic science glossary. . 2012.

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