Afghanistan

Antique gun store in Afghanistan
In the basement of the old Mullah Shams market on Kabul's famous Chicken Street, lies a tiny store stuffed to the brim with troves of ancient weapons.
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The 1860 Enfield priced at one hundred dollars

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Chicken Street in Kabul, Afghanistan

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Barbar shop in Chicken Street in Kabul

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Old Mullah Shams market on Kabul's famous Chicken Street

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Store in Chicken Street in Kabul

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Inside an antique Afghanistan gun store

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Gun store in Chicken Street in Kabul, Afghanistan

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Gun store in Chicken Street in Kabul

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Antique gun store's owner, Tawakal, holds the handmade "Chaq maki" - in english flintlock - that dates back hundreds of years

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The GR Tower flintlock that appears to be a mix of both original and new parts

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The Afghan tulwar, also known as Pashtun short sword

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An old Belgian Martini Muscat

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The antique Martini-Henry. The barrels of the official pattern Martini-Henry, first used by the British Army in 1871, are much longer

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British-made 1863 Tower rifle, which he sells for four hundred dollars

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The store also boasts straps, made from "cow and camel skin," to carry stones and fuel to clean their weapons

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Slightly stained, large-size Soviet winter hats, made in 1985, worn by their commanders during bloody war

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Saffron, costs just a few dollars

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Antique gun store in Afghanistan

In the basement of the old Mullah Shams market on Kabul's famous Chicken Street, lies a tiny store stuffed to the brim with troves of ancient weapons.

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