Gun sculpture photos from Cambodia

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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.

Related:
Old guns sculptures – Link.

6 thoughts on “Gun sculpture photos from Cambodia

  1. wmarcy says:

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

  2. kylenstevo says:

    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. Russtang says:

    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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