Friday, December 16, 2016

Interesting Firearm Photos IV

Because of a shortage of Anti-Aircraft guns in the Canadian forces, strange contraptions such as this tandem mount were developed. In this case they used two Bren Machine guns with 30-round magazines. 

A newly liberated Jew holds a Nazi at gun point or bayonet point rather

A U.S. Marine and his M1911-A1 pistol about to enter a tunnel in Vietnam

Bolivian Soldiers pose with the body of Mass Murderer and Communist Agitator Che Guevara, October 9, 1967

The Canadian Ross semi-auto prototype rifle, it sold at auction in 2013 for $11,500

A gun graveyard in Vietnam...

Miniature AK-47 with grenade launcher

This .44 Colt Walker (Uberti reproduction) was used in both the films True Grit (the original) and in The Outlaw Josie Wales

Steering wheel made to hold two Walther PPK pistols...I believe the guns are not real and are just cosmetic. As a side note the guns are called ".45s" by the website hosting the picture....the PPK was never chambered in .45 caliber.

A Maxim Machine gun, left behind during WWII has grown into a tree in a Russian forest

Another creative use for an Ammo Can

A real life Banana Magazine

Perth Regiment
Slightly Warped
Forgotten Weapons
Armory Blog 
Strange Dangers 
Daily Mail 

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.