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Interesting Firearm Photos XIV

In this 1943 Pat Coffey photograph, foreman Bob Tuder shows an inspector the base of one Cartridge among thousands at the Remington Arms factory in Bridgeport, Conn.



 
 Korean War, firing the M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR), note the ammo cans stacked on the tank.



Ruger Single Six converted to fire eight (8) .25 ACP cartridges...see the whole story here









.30 Badger cartridge, formed by resizing a .38 Special shell in a 7.62x25mm die and using a medium weight .308 bullet.



The Delevingne Patent Rifle (Lesoinne Et Pirlot Fils) the first long gun to use a pistol grip, circa 1840.


Gonzo author Hunter S. Thompson teaching his IBM Selectric who's the boss

An IDF soldier stands guard on Israel's border with her UZI submachine gun


 A skeletonized Enfield training rifle




Sources
Fortune 
Tactical Shirts 
Santa Barbara Independent
Ruger Forum 
The Daily Beast 
Deactivated Guns UK
The Chive

The pictures above were found freely on the world wide web and are used under the guidelines of Fair Use, per Title 17 of the U.S. Code. Where possible the source has been credited.If you own the copyright to any of these images and wish them to be credited or removed, please contact me immediately.
 



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