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Stanley Russell and South Bay Arms

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After dropping my girlfriend off at LAX this morning I drove over to where Earon Carter and Stan Russell’s old shops were  in Hawthorne.

Russell supposedly worked there up until recently as a welder. 

No sign of Russell now though. 

I asked around and some of the shop/workspace owners told me he had been gone for a year or two but they gave me a few leads on getting in contact with him.

Be great to add an interview with him to the Elevator Gun series.

The attached scans are from two different APGs that I compiled together (article/picture).  Issue/dates are on the bottom.

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