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In this October 8, 2017, photo, Emily Lynch reacts to hitting her first clay target during a training session for the Trigger Warning Queer & Trans Gun Club in Victor, N.Y. A gay, lesbian and transgender group concerned that extremists have become more emboldened and dangerous have decided to take up arms. The gun club meets once a month to shoot long guns in a field in upstate New York. (Photo by Adrian Kraus/AP Photo)

In this October 8, 2017, photo, Emily Lynch reacts to hitting her first clay target during a training session for the Trigger Warning Queer & Trans Gun Club in Victor, N.Y. A gay, lesbian and transgender group concerned that extremists have become more emboldened and dangerous have decided to take up arms. The gun club meets once a month to shoot long guns in a field in upstate New York. (Photo by Adrian Kraus/AP Photo)
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26 Oct 2017 08:07:00
A large variety of weapons were for sale at the Washington County Fairgrounds Gun Show that drew thousands of people over the weekend, on March 22, 2013. (Photo by Gary Porter)

A large variety of weapons were for sale at the Washington County Fairgrounds Gun Show that drew thousands of people over the weekend, on March 22, 2013. (Photo by Gary Porter)
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24 Mar 2013 09:43:00
Participants play with water guns during the Sinchon Water Gun Festival in Seoul, South Korea, July 9, 2016. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)

Participants play with water guns during the Sinchon Water Gun Festival in Seoul, South Korea, July 9, 2016. (Photo by Kim Hong-Ji/Reuters)
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10 Jul 2016 09:48:00
Gun-Toting Animals By Xiau Fong
Tempering the violence of modern weaponry with charmingly rendered creatures, artist Xiau-Fong Wee captures a dark humor in her quirky drawings. While some of the weapons appear terrifyingly realistic, others such as in the ray gun wielding bunny portrait, speaks more to the fantastical worlds of science fiction. The anthropomorphic dispositions of the spectacle-wearing creatures also range in merry reverie to stern seriousness, adding to the delightful nature of these well-executed portraits. View more of the drawings below.
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27 Jul 2013 08:08:00
“Point Blank” – Gun Series by Peter Andrew. (Photo by Peter Andrew)

“Guns have a massive amount of power associated with them. They are designed to kill. We decided to photograph portraits of them in a similar way you might photograph a powerful person. Like powerful people, pistols have this “perfect” quality that we wanted to explore. As we started shooting them, we could see flaws in their design. Metal burring around the barrels, scratches in the metal. This imperfection and detail were very interesting to us; connecting us back to these images as portraits”. – Peter Andrew. (Photo by Peter Andrew/Simon Duffy/Derek Blais)
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26 Aug 2013 10:03:00
Gun enthusiasts look over Smith & Wesson pistols at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits on May 21, 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Gun enthusiasts look over Smith & Wesson pistols at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits on May 21, 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky. About 80,000 visitors are expected to attend the three-day event. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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22 May 2016 07:18:00
A view of the screen of a ZaZZZ vending machine that contains cannabis flower, hemp-oil energy drinks, and other merchandise at Seattle Caregivers, a medical marijuana dispensary, in Seattle, Washington February 3, 2015. Vending machines selling medical marijuana opened for business in Seattle on Tuesday, in what the company providing them billed as a first-in-the-state innovation that it expects to expand to other cities and states where pot is legal as medicine. (Photo by David Ryder/Reuters)

A view of the screen of a ZaZZZ vending machine that contains cannabis flower, hemp-oil energy drinks, and other merchandise at Seattle Caregivers, a medical marijuana dispensary, in Seattle, Washington February 3, 2015. Vending machines selling medical marijuana opened for business in Seattle on Tuesday, in what the company providing them billed as a first-in-the-state innovation that it expects to expand to other cities and states where pot is legal as medicine. (Photo by David Ryder/Reuters)
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05 Feb 2015 12:29:00
An ATF agent holds a generic unfinished receiver, back, and one that has been machined, front, at an ATF field office, on May, 06, 2014 in Washington, DC. Unfinished receivers can be turned into working automatic weapons that are untraceable. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)

An unknown number of guns are being built with the mechanisms, causing problems for the police and ATF officials. Photo: An ATF agent holds a generic unfinished receiver, back, and one that has been manufactured, front, at an ATF field office in Washington, on May 06, 2014. The ATF is trying to crack down on the trade in the makeshift guns by targeting shops and individuals who offer to turn the unfinished receivers into functional pieces for firearms. (Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
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19 May 2014 09:22:00