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Gun sculpture photos from Cambodia

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Dan Corkery writes in with more gun sculptures –

…some gun sculpture photos from Cambodia – this sculpture is located on the campus of reconstructive hospital I volunteered at, which deals with victims of some of these same weapons.

CSC – Rehabilitative Care in Cambodia – Link.

Old guns sculptures – Link.

6 thoughts on “Gun sculpture photos from Cambodia

  1. Slight correction, but as we all know, it is the person using the tool and not the tool to blame for any misuse.

  2. Don’t be a dick, If someone decides to kill a hundred people it’s a lot easier with a gun then with a hammer/knife. also how would you like to be shot in cambodia?

  3. I don’t think anyone would like to be shot in Cambodia, or any other country for that matter. Why do you ask?

    I don’t quite follow your logic. Since it is easier to kill a hundred people with a gun as opposed to a hammer/knife, the gun is more “evil”? A firearm capable of killing a hundred people is usally pretty conspicuous and bulky. Someone could kill (and already has killed) a lot more people, a lot quicker, with a truckload of fertilizer and diesel fuel. Know what happens when you mix clorox and windex? How about on a subway?

    These are all just inanimate tools. Until triggers start squeezing themselves, there is still going to be a person responsible for the operation.

    Name calling doesn’t help your statement either.

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