By Eldon G. Wolff
В книге рассмотрена история пневматического оружия с древнейших времен по 1909 год, с кратким обзором современного (на момент выход книги) состояния этого вида стрелкового оружия.
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Yeah. ” A shattering sound makes me look up. Uncle Chester has opened the china cabinet and is hurling plates to the floor and then grinding the shards underneath his shoes for good measure. I watch him do this until the cabinet is empty. Then he runs his hands over the shards and hands whole plates back to his audience of rapt children. From his elaborate hand gestures, I can only surmise that he's encouraging them to smash the plates so the fun can start all over again. Suddenly, my mother catapults into view, snatching plates left and right out of the children's hands.
He blinks once, then curls back into sleep, his tail covering his front paws. Hellcrater is not exactly a fair description, I concede as I look around my grandmother's bookstore, making sure nothing is out of order. But hellcrater has become my favorite word lately. I have to go to the hellcrater, I like to say to my roommate, Agatha, whenever I'm summoned home for a holiday or for the weekend. Agatha always gives me a blank look in response. “I think it must have been so awesome to have grown up in a commune,” she ventured once.
And she was supposed to be, supposed to be, supposed to be… “Move,” I say, booting a small boy out of the way as Ibegin to climb the massive oak staircase. He scuffles closer to the wall but glares at me with narrowed hazel eyes. I can't remember his name, but I do remember that he's the son of one of my particularly annoying second or third cousins, Gwyneth, who can cause a rime of ice to grow on anything with one flick of her finger. A stuffed teddy bear is floating near the vicinity of my hip, its glassy eyes whirling back in its head as a small toddler reaches desperately for it.
Air Guns by Eldon G. Wolff