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“A deputy responded to a call about the recovery of a gun at Good Shepherd Memorial Gardens on Highway 9,” goupstate.com reports. “The officer found a box containing a gun on a grave site. “The officer spoke to a 28-year-old woman, who said that she hadn’t been feeling well. The woman said she went to a ‘shawoman,’ according to her religion, and the shawoman advised her that to clear her spirits, she needed to return something that was given to her, the report said.┬áThe woman said the man who was buried at the site where the [Cobray] was recovered had given her the gun about 12 years ago, and she wanted to return it and hopefully feel better.” Well, I would.

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  1. A Cobray? That almost counts as grave desecration. While I sometimes think it would be a kind of prehistoric cool to be buried with my favorite pistol on my hip, I literally don’t want to be caught dead with a lump of junk like a Cobray. The Ingraham MAC design was clever for its day but leaves much (okay, *everything*) to be desired in a modern defensive carbine or submachinegun. The Cobrays were the shoddiest examples of the Inraham design, low-quality knockoffs of dubious reliability.

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