Guns, glasses

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© Vin Weathermon
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UploadedMarch 5, 2009
TakenAugust 15, 2005
ModelCanon EOS 10D
Exposure1/125 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length85 mm
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These artifacts came from my Grandfather; the gun is a replica that has four chambers that rotate at the end when fired.

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  • Andre Easter

    Andre Easter said (10 Mar 2009):

    A pepperbox! I remember when you could buy these as put-it-together-yerself kits back in the '60s and '70s. If I recall, there was also a two-barreled version called "Snake-eyes", a straight single-barrel "Gambler's friend" or something like that. Even a pistol with a knife-blade slung underneath. You could buy these kits at your local hardware store, and Western Auto had its own brand of rifles and shotguns! Ah, those were the days when men were allowed to have hobbies builing things that went boom. Political correctness and feminization of society has pretty much ended those good-old-days forever.

  • Vin Weathermon

    Vin Weathermon said (10 Mar 2009):

    Yes, that is what this was, a kit that someone put together. We have far fewer rights today than ever in our history as US citizens. Political correctness is like being sheep. Everyone citizen should own an unregistered gun, because you have the right to protect yourself. I'd rather blow away my would-be murderer with an unregistered gun than become another statistic because I gave up my right to bear arms. You probably didn't mean for this to go in a "pro arms" vein, but what the heck..
    I used to love pinching the ends of piccolo petes and making them go boom.....

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