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A photograph of SCP- found in Officer [DATA EXPUNGED] locker

Item #: -

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP- is to be kept in a standard #3-WEP locked storage container secured with an access code. Level-2 or higher clearance is required to retrieve from storage from testing. Female staff are required to handle SCP with no exceptions.

When testing with live ammunition, a Level-1 LIGHT PLATE/NON HERM chamber is to be used to prevent gunfire from leaving the chamber. Once chamber has been sealed ammunition can be via pneumatic tube. When dry-testing, a standard Class-D observation unit and living quarters will suffice.

Description: SCP- is a Smith & Wesson Model 66 .357 caliber revolver. There are no physical abnormalities with the weapon. Other weapons acquired from the same batch do not exhibit any unusual properties.

SCP- was obtained through the standard channels of anomaly observation after being involved in twenty-two suicide attempts over a period of roughly three years. The final fourteen attempts were all carried out by male police officers who were staffing the evidence lockers. Men visually exposed to and given access to SCP- proceed through three stages- the lengths of each stage vary by individual, and the effects are cumulative.

1.) Fascination- Marked by excessive handling of the weapon. By the end of this stage subject is constantly holding, fondling, or stroking SCP- , and always keep it on their person.

2.) Obsession and Idealization- Subject begins to structure day-to-day life around the object. The specific nature of obsessive interaction varies wildly between subjects- Officer [DATA EXPUNGED] had been taking staged photographs with SCP

3.) Erotic Fixation- Behavior begins to indicate perception of SCP as a phallus or phallic object. This stage always ends in █████████. The subject will pull the trigger when █████████ is perceived, generally resulting in death. All (male) subjects given an unloaded SCP- have asphyxiated.