Fla. sheriff's department buys 14 elephant guns


By Henry Pierson Curtis
The Sun-Sentinel

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. Orlando is safe from rampaging pachyderms now that the Orange County Sheriff's Office has bought 14 elephant guns.

The newest weapon in Sheriff Kevin Beary's armory fires a half-inch-diameter bullet with sharpshooter accuracy.

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