"Just as we came over the hill, two thugs with murderous looking clubs sprang out of the darkness, but when I flashed my Colt they disappeared in a jiffy. Of course that saved us, but believe me the Colt is a might necessary part of an automobile['s] equipment nowadays. I wouldn't be without one in my car." This is about the guns that are not involved in sporting matters. Be careful with those Open Carry and Concealment laws. From the June, 1917 issue of HEARST'S MAGAZINE.
Source: Charles Perrien
Restoration by: Charles Perrien