An Eley's No. 2 is an excellent argument with gentlemen who can twist steel pokers into knots. That and a tooth-brush are, I think, all that we need.Sherlock Holmes, Sir. Arthur Conan Doyle
http://mlncn.com/lib/holmes/things/gun.html will explain the “Eley’s No. 2” problem and answer.
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