Registered Phenomena Code: 002

Object Class: Alpha-Yellow

Hazard Types: Mechanical Hazard

Containment Protocols: RPC-002 is to be contained in a standard Alpha-class container. RPC-002 is only to be removed for testing purposes, which must be cleared by any level 3 research staff. RPC-002 is not to be used outside of approved testing areas, and only on approved targets. All organic based testing must be approved by the Site-██ Director. See Addendum 002-1.

Description: RPC-002 is a Colt Single-Action Army Revolver, painted silver, with a wooden handle. RPC-002 displays no anomalous properties when unloaded, and pulling the trigger has no anomalous effects. The material and quality of any bullet loaded into RPC-002 has no effect other than as a delivery vehicle for RPC-002’s anomalous effects. When any bullet fired from RPC-002 connects with an object, it affects objects on the subatomic level, changing any matter into a different element. This does not require penetration, and will work at any velocity. While this affects more complex compounds, it is far less effective, spreading its effect out in a much smaller area, and often not converting the entire compound to the new element, due to impurities.

When used on base elements, RPC-002 “converts” the element into another element. This changes based off what chamber the revolver is currently rotated to. While multiple attempts have been made to mark and catalogue which chamber has what effect, the item seems to anomalously clear and clean itself, preventing all markings. The item also seems to pose a minor cognitohazard effect; anyone focusing their mind on keeping the exact rotations of each revolver seem to remember numbers incorrectly and will be convinced that the number they remembered is correct, even when researchers have the rotations marked down from prior testing in a session. Due to this, it is unknown at this time whether or not chambers swap and change their properties, with the only control being one destroyed chamber.

Addendum 002-1: All testing suspended on orders of Global Director 04. Due to the items anomalous self-concealing properties, and incident RPC-002-6, further testing has been considered too dangerous to continue.

Addendum 002-2: RPC-002 has been transferred to Site-001 in ██/██/████ by the request of Global Director 04.

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