Over a dozen guns and several thousand rounds of ammo (including 100 20-round BAR magazines) were found in the perforated Ford. Image: FBI
A Thompson submachine gun and a shotgun left behind when Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow fled Joplin in a shootout with the law in 1933 brought $210,000 at auction Saturday.
The .45-caliber Tommy gun fetched $130,000. The 12-gauge 1897 model Winchester shotgun brought $80,000.
Both were purchased by an online bidder who lives on the East Coast. Mayo Auction, of Kansas City, was not given permission to release the name of the buyer.
Source: Wally Kennedy for Jopling Glob.
Over a dozen guns and several thousand rounds of ammo (including 100 20-round BAR magazines)…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jan 23, 2012