Gun Shot Powder Residue Test Kit (GSPR): Secure, accurate and effortless to apply to determine if Gun Shot Power Residue is present on a gun…answers the question… “Did this suspect fire a gun?”
•GSPR test kit can detect down to one gun shot for residue
•Gun shot powder residue test works with different types, calibers and conditions of weapons and ammunition
•This new forensic gun powder detection test kit effective in different environmental conditions
•Our new GSPR provides test results immediately
•The forensic Gun Shot spray test provides protection against cross contamination
•GSPR Manufactured under ISO standards
GSPR test kit contains collection gloves and sealed bags, which protect the chain of custody, and eliminate contamination.
Step-1: Pull one sealed plastic bag out of the kit; Open the sealed plastic bag; Insert hand into the mitten while it still inside the sealed plastic bag, to avoid contamination; Remove your hand wearing the mitten out of the plastic bag.
Step-2: Spray the palm/fingers of your hand covered with the mitten with GSPR reagent #1 until wet and saturated. Spray from a distance of 20 cm (8″). Swipe the suspect’s hands carefully…at least 4 wipes of each hand: first swipe the inside of the palm, around the
thumb , the pointing finger and the back of the palm.
Step-3: Spray the whole area of the mitten with GSPR reagent #2 (the same area sprayed with GSPR #1). Spray the whole area of the mitten with GSPR reagent #3 (the same area sprayed with GSPR #1 and #2). Observe for an appearance of pink spots on the mitten, indicating the
presence of Gun Powder Residue.
List of Drugs
Detects residue of Gun Power
We are an authorized United States distributor for this product. We proudly serve all our customers in US and US governmental institutions located at any other countries. Please contact your local distributors.
Observe for an appearance of pink spots on the mitten, indicating the presence of Gun Powder Residue.
Important Note: Only an IMMEDIATE appearance
of pink spots should be considered a positive result.
A treated mitten left in open polluted air, may change
it’s color to pink gradually. This late color reaction
should NOT be considered as positive.