Rapper T.I. poses for a portrait during the "New Era Cap Celebrates NASCAR All-Star Weekend" event on May 20, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Rapper T.I. poses for a portrait during the “New Era Cap Celebrates NASCAR All-Star Weekend” event on May 20, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

*Police conducted ballistic tests Friday to determine whether more than one gun was used in the shooting at T.I.’s New York concert that killed one person and injured three others.

Among those tests was an analysis of a bullet removed from the leg of rapper Troy Ave, who remained hospitalized following his arrest on attempted murder and weapons charges in the Wednesday night shooting, a police spokesman said.

No weapons have been recovered, though tests have found that five 9-mm shell casings discovered at the scene belong to the same gun, according to Stephen Davis, the department’s top spokesman.

Troy Ave, whose real name is Roland Collins, suffered a gunshot wound to the leg. One of his security guards, 33-year-old Ronald McPhatter, was killed in the shooting. Two others were shot and injured.

The eight-second video clip released by police shows a limping gunman — identified by the police as Collins — burst through a VIP room door, stop and scan the room, then raise his gun and fire a single round.

There were nearly 1,000 concertgoers in the building at the time of the shooting and witnesses described a chaotic scene as people ducked under counters and clutched one another, then rushed toward exits.

What started the shootout remains unclear, officials said.