The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives houses a reference library containing items ranging from a homemade single-shot writing pen gun to bi-planes from World War I.
Among the library is more than 15,000 firearms, including a variety of NFA weapons, which are weapons disguised as something else. But the gun featured on the ATF’s Facebook page last week isn’t an NFA weapon. Why? The belt buckle is considered the holster for this little revolver.
And check out that drawer full of goodies!
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