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Interesting Firearm Photos XVI

This Krieghoff Neptune Drilling gun (double Barrel shotgun + 8x57mm rifle barrel) is believed to have been owned by Adolf Hitler. It was taken from Hitler’s Berchtesgaden retreat in the Bavarian mountains by US Army’s 506th Parachute Regiment. The trigger guard is engraved with Hitler's initials.


Annie Oakley in 1922 at the age of 62

HK's VP70 with shoulder stock, when attached the VP70 could be fired in full auto mode.

The service rifles of WWII

A homemade pistol: this staple gun was converted to fire .22 LR shells

A new fashion trend?

Alan Rickman and Bruce Willis behind the scenes during the filming of the movie Die Hard

A welder works on a Bren gun Magazine at John Inglis Company Ltd., 1942

...........and a little comedy

WWI...a living hell

American Shooting Journal
Historical Firearms
Legion Magazine

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