This BLOG has pictures related to Hunting, Camping, Military, and 2nd Amendment Rights. (The occasional random picture may sneak its way in every once in a while too. As long as it's freaking sweet.)
"The trigger is activated by pulling a fine cord attached to a ring, so yo have to move your hand like when you say "hello" - ha ha!"While I have never seen this gun before, that is not what I think it does.I looked at the pictures before reading what was written and to me it looked like a cufflink.If the gold bit was hooked directly to the wire, it would have to be a cufflink (the black wire is not long enough to reach the hand). If the white wire/string was attached in between then it could be a wave type of move (like how spiderman shoots his webbing). Could be a combination of both, can be cufflink fired or with extra string/wire simply keep it as a cufflink and then unbutton and put in hand.BTW, I like the site. One thing I did not like was the fact that the image size/quality displayed in the blog is the only size availible. Typically if you click on an image, it takes you to a larger version to view. Why have linked images if it is the same size as what you have already seen?You don't have to post a 2mb version, but something maybe twice the size or so would be great.
Gunstar1,Concerning this post - Thanks for your input.I copied and posted what was sent to me by a collector.As for your comment on size of pictures, I have increased these to the maximum that will fit within this Google Blog Post format. Keep in mind, this is not a website, it is Blog. Google offers these Blogs free. But like everything else, free has restrictions.I have no idea why Google has this 'Click' on the picture, but I asked The Blog Guy to answer this question.His Q/A appears either on...http://blogsfollowme.blogspot.com/orhttp://blogsiamfollowing.blogspot.com/But you have peaked my interest in why you can click on the pictures.Again, thanks for your input.
Hi ChapsStumbled across your blog while looking for something else. Many years ago a colleague described a very similar weapon worn by Russian army Officers during WW2 and said that it was operated by a wire attached to a ring.Someone out there must have more info.Good Luckphilo beddows
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