His name is Orva Ray Dulaney, but everyone calls him “O.R.” He has run a gun repair shop in Mantachie since the early 1960s. His workshop has plenty of room for a man working alone. Inside there is a rugged workbench and a worn out padded stool. The leg supports of the stool are worn out from where O.R. props his feet, supporting his lanky 94-year-old frame. Behind the workbench is a row of two dozen rifles, all waiting to be fixed. O.R. Dulaney is a hard-working old man who repairs guns broken by people. But on June 7, 1944 he was a hard-working young man repairing people destroyed by guns.
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