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Custom Handgun Made for a Man Who Had Lost His Fingers

Gunsmith M. Fischer of Berlin made this bizarre .38 caliber revolver sometime before 1896. It featured an unusual trigger system that permitted an owner without fingers to hold and fire it.

Link | Photo: Horst Held


Can the Neatorama editors ask themselves why they insist on having links to guns, either antique or otherwise? How is a weapon, designed for killing humans as its sole purpose, neat, interesting or something to be promoted? Killing is not neat.
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