Bonnie Parker’s personal, concealed Colt .38 snub-nose detective special revolver, which was found post-mortem taped to her inside thigh with white medical tape. The ambush happened so fast that she did not even have a chance to retrieve it from its intimate hiding place.
Winchester 1873 - lever action rifle, a significant improvement over existing lever guns, but marketing was key. Chambered for the same cartridges that fit the popular 1873 Peacemaker revolver, frontier “logistics” were solved. It was a favorite with Texas Rangers, and became known as “The Gun That Won The West”.
Ṫ✪Ṫ THE “WARRENCAR”: BONNIE & CLYDE’S DEATH CAR“Ruth and Jesse Warren of Topeka, Kansas, bought a 1934 Ford Fordor Deluxe Sedan. They hadn’t owned it very long when on April 29th, 1934, Ruth noticed the car was missing. A month later the Warrens were informed the car was in Louisiana, with 160 bullet holes in it after Louisiana lawmen shot and killed Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow on a rural road in Gibsland, LA on May 23, 1934. The Warrens had to go to federal court to take back their car.