I remember Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd!
Guy on the right has a nice Winchester Model 1889.
Wonder why he needed a shoulder holster to hunt birds?
The dog looks proud of "his" catch too! I love that word "hasenpfeffer"
Hasen means rabbits, feffer is pepper.
Around the time of and during WW2 hasenpfeffer was a popular dish for Germans.
The German Army was known to have death camp people assigned to raising rabbits so the officers had hasenpfeffer when ever they liked.
Peppered Rabbit. Thank you Aaron.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Peppered Rabbit, mmm peppered with the spice or buck shot?
Perhaps the shoulder holster is for protection against larger animals. The shotgun is probably loaded with #6 or so. I'd want something more substantial in the case of bears or large cats.