Friday, August 17, 2018

Interesting Firearm Photos XXII

Chicago Mob under-boss Frank "the Enforcer" Nitti, after committing suicide with his own revolver.

KRISS Super V with suppressor and custom urban camo

1968 - Vietnam,  a Vietnamese woman carries what appears to be a Mosin-Nagant M44 rifle

A young Natalie Portman is being shown how to hold a gun during the filming of Leon: The Professional

A gun left behind by Wyatt Earp in Juneau, Alaska

Colt ad from 1910

The Jarre Harmonic pistol

Dead Partisans in the Welsh Civil War, circa 1845-1848

“USS Missouri (BB-53) steaming to her anchorage in Tokyo Bay for the formal signing of the Japanese surrender, 29 August 1945. A destroyer is alongside Missouri, and USS Iowa (BB-61) is beyond. This photograph was flown to Washington, DC, directly from Japan, arriving on 2 September 1945, the day the Japanese surrender was signed.”

The makers of the Double Tap apparently believe their design is so out of this world, they felt the need to include "Earth" in their address...

This one is self explanatory, the fact that the press didn't call out her ridiculous statement means one of two things: A they are as daft as the woman or B: they want to spread more bad news about guns, whether true or not.

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