1. Just bought two Puckle-guns, one for myself and one for my son. Guaranteed to get us thrown out of something.
    “Sir, you have to leave, your Puckle gun is upsetting our other guests.”
    “Sir you need to button your shirt, your Puckle gun is showing.
    Show your Puckle gun!

  2. I have just found photos of the woodhull export model .35 as well as a photo of my father, Fred Woodhull, firing the weapon. I also fired it at Picatiny Arsenal in 1945 at the age of 11.
    I would like to know if this prototype still exists. If someone can tell me how to attach an image in this blog I will submit both.

    • “how to attach an image in this blog”
      So far I know, there is no way to directly load photo, but you can:
      – load photo to http://imageshack.us/ and post link here
      – send via e-mail to admin of this site (click Contact Ian in left menu)

  3. As the end of the year approaches (along with the deadline for tax-deductible donations) I was thinking of how nice it would be if Forgotten Weapons was set up as a 501(c)(3) organization. Oh well, maybe next year.

    There are very many benefits in getting tax-exempt incorporation –even for a one-person part-time business — benefits which can far outweigh the few additional hassles such as careful book-keeping and yearly reporting requirements.

    On the other hand, Mrs. McCollum might not be too pleased with the prospect of hundreds or thousands of people cleaning out their closets and shipping old “junk” over to her house for tax write-offs every year. 🙂

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