Philly officer killed by 'poor man's deer rifle'


By Sam Wood
The Philadelphia Inquirer
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PHILADELPHIA — It's called the "poor man's deer rifle."

Inexpensive, deadly and fairly common, the gun used to kill a Philadelphia police officer Saturday was originally designed for the Soviet Army in the mid-1940s.

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