Monday, June 11, 2018

Interesting Firearm Photos XX

The Scene in Geronimo's camp, taken before the surrender to General Cook on March 27th, 1886, in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico. The photo was taken by C.S. Fly of Tombstone, Arizona and is among the few photos ever taken of American Indian Warriors while still at war with the U.S.

An IRA mural in Newry, Co Down, in December 2004

The Six12 modular shotgun revolver from Crye Precision, hopefully coming to a dealer near you sometime soon
Robert DeNiro holds a S&W model 29 during the filming of Taxi Driver

The very first advertisement from Sturm, Ruger & Co., 1949

Ethnic Armenian of Nagorno-Karabakh during the six-year Artsakh Liberation War, circa 1980s

A .50-caliber weapon recovered from Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's hideout came from the ATF's illegal and deadly operation known as  "Fast and Furious"  

With a skull on the muzzle of his M-16 rifle, a Khmer Rouge soldier waits with his comrades for word to move out from Dei Kraham

John Moses Browning's first patent, for what became the 1885 Winchester Rifle.

Kinessa Johnson, A U.S. Army veteran who served four years in Afghanistan, joined VETPAW as an anti-poaching advisor where her team provides training in marksmanship, field medicine and counterintelligence, while also patrolling with them to provide support. Apparently they were in desperate need of help as they lost 187 rangers last year alone attempting to guard the rhinos and elephants.

The German P08 Luger "Night Pistol" had two brass plates recessed into the grips that were wired to the light. When gripped, skin conductivity completed the circuit with the battery, and the light illuminated.

Sean Connery from the 1974 movie Zardoz......he should've stuck with his 007 gig...

Minneapolis Police found this homemade gun operable, qualifying it for the gun buyback program. Note the serial number..



The Rock Island Auction Co.
Telegraph UK 
AZ Central 
Range 365 
Plaid Zebra

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