BBC film, “Gun No. 6,” shows the chilling moment a man is shot and killed during an attempted Post Office raid.
Part documentary and part reconstruction, the film tells the haunting story of an automatic weapon that has been used in at least 11 different shootings.
First known to have been fired on Proctor Street in Birmingham, England on February 23, 2003, the 9mm military-style weapon is similar to a CZ 75 pistol.
The gun has never been found, but three men have been killed by its bullets. Ten men involved in those crimes have been jailed for at least 30 years each.
Read the story at BirminghamLive.
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