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Unread 08-18-2017, 09:05 AM   #11
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My Dad's office was on the 58th floor of the Chrysler building. We used to go out the windows onto the balconies as kids. Anything not nailed down went over the edge.
The eagle heads were just above us.
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RCA Building. I sat on those birds as a young man while being a lot dumber than I am now.
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The first gun pictured, my friend Berle Cherney's Ken Hurst engraved Dan Rossiter stocked Fox, known as "The Chrysler Gun" because of the art deco styling, partially based on the Chrysler building, is shot on a weekly basis.
I thought this is The Chrysler Gun. Winchester M21 Made for Walter Chrysler in 1932. I like the Art Deco style of Robin’s gun much better.
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