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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard small Safe-class secure storage locker at Site-22. All testing with SCP-XXXX is currently suspended.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a Beretta M9 pistol. Its anomalous effects activate only when it is used to fire a bullet at the cranium of a human being. Using the object to fire a bullet into other parts of the body will not activate its effects unless the bullet would also pass through any portion of the cranium.

Instead of an exit wound and ejecta, SCP-XXXX-1 will emerge from the far side of the cranium along the bullet's path. SCP-XXXX-1 is an exact recreation of something the subject has eaten for lunch, including containers and utensils used to consume the meal. Typically, the most recent meal eaten between 11 AM and 3 PM local time will be recreated this way, although continued use will produce meals from earlier in the subject's life. The items comprising SCP-XXXX-1 are not themselves anomalous; matching of cookware to identifiable items has shown that SCP-XXXX-1 is a perfect replica of the original meal.

SCP-XXXX-1 will manifest at velocity from the cranium, then alight on the nearest horizontal surface along the trajectory of the exit wound that has surface area available to hold all food items and containers. This sometimes results in the displacement of other objects previously located on the surface, but never in spills or upset of items created. Flooring will be used if there are no other surfaces in the room with the subject.

Subjects typically have a 66% survival rate, with survivors complaining alternately of tinnitus, headache or occasionally migraine headache as the only effects of the object.

Addendum: Testing Logs

Test Number: Initial Discovery

Date: 09/10/2015

Subject: Research Assistant Cody Kreighbaum

SCP-XXXX-1 Description: Plastic container with reheated slice of sausage and pepperoni pizza. 1.18 L can B████████ brand lager beer. Four F██████ R█████ hazelnut chocolates.

Notes: After surviving the incident, RA Kreighbaum remanded himself to the Site-22 psychologist and gave up SCP-XXXX for classification. Psychological profile suggests work-related stress and home trouble with his fiancé culminated in suicidal ideation. Current prognosis is positive after reassignment to Site-██ and Foundation-sponsored relationship counseling.

Test Number: 1

Date: 16/10/2015

Subject: D-10331

SCP-XXXX-1 Description: Bowl of Foundation standard nutrition supplement with spoon. Cup of water.

Notes: Standard D-Class rations. Subject survived.

Test Number: 3

Date: 18/10/2015

Subject: D-10331

SCP-XXXX-1 Description: Bowl of chicken noodle soup with spoon. Napkin with pile of 35 cheddar cheese-flavored goldfish-shaped crackers. Glass of milk.

Notes: Subject expressed delight at 'nostalgia' of meal, and posited that it originally served when he was sick as a child.

Test Number: 4

Date: 19/10/2015

Subject: D-10331

SCP-XXXX-1 Description: Puddle of white fluid determined to be human breast milk.

Notes: Subject expired.

Test Number: 12

Date: 12/01/2016

Subject: D-10187

SCP-XXXX-1: 145 Brachymyrmex ants. 466 mL of earth.

Notes: Subject expressed dismay at seeing SCP-XXXX-1 and explained that she was forced by a neighborhood bully to eat "a few handfuls of ants" at the age of 7. Subject remanded to psychological treatment.

Test Number: 29

Date: 27/12/2016

Subject: D-104221

SCP-XXXX-1 Description: [REDACTED], 6 years old, reported missing from Klamath Falls, Oregon on 14/05/2010. Steel butcher knife. Fork.

Notes: Subject was incarcerated after conviction for kidnapping and murder in three missing children cases from 2008 to 2010. Further attempts to link subject to other missing children cases, including that of [REDACTED], had been unsuccessful. SCP-XXXX-1 terminated after DNA test proved replication of original subject. Request to commission D-10422 for further testing denied by Site Director.

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