Connor's Draft No.6
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Agent Creston holding SCP-4707 during a routine test run.

Item #: SCP-4707

Object Class: Safe Keter1

Containment Procedures: SCP-4707 is to remain in a high-security, anomalous weapons locker when not in use. Field testing may only be carried out by the approval of the head of SCP-4707's containment.

Description: SCP-4707 refers to a single firearm resembling an M19112 semi-automatic pistol. What differentiates the firearm from other M1911 pistols is the replacement of its identification that is standard for all M1911 firearms with the words "H&W Mod #13" in its place.

SCP-4707 shows signs of wear; indicating extensive usage. SCP-4707 does not appear to run out of ammunition and seems to hold an unlimited amount of bullets inside its cartridge.

SCP-4707 is capable of liquefying itself to change into various firearms depending on the desires of the user. During this process, the weapon will melt despite no change in surrounding ambient temperature, and will then reshape itself into a desired form. Notable firearms that SCP-4707 has turned into include, but are not limited to:

  • Pistols
  • SMGs/Machine Guns
  • Revolvers
  • Rifles

Addendum 4707.1: Recovered Documents
The following documents were recovered in a briefcase that also held SCP-4707 during a buyout with a Marshal, Carter, and Dark distributor in Anaheim, California, United States.

Incident 4707.1: During a test run on SCP-4707's range; Agent Creston had accessed a hidden compartment within SCP-4707's cartridge. The compartment contained a small red button that was pressed by Agent Creston. It was at that moment that SCP-4707 completely liquefied into a metallic slurry that immediately attacked Agent Creston within seconds of activation. The slurry proceeded to envelop Agent Creston and [REDACTED].


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