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Big Chief's Gun Shop: Nothing like it in Serbia!

2013-08-30 - 129 South Columbia Avenue, Campbellsville, KY - Photo from DeWayne Frazier. Clifton G. "Big Chief" Aaron, left, with Campbellsville University's Dejan Mraovic, assistant professor of graphic design; Dr. DeWayne Frazier, vice president of academic affairs; and Aaron's son, Kyle, of Campbellsville, in a photo taken before Clifton Aaron's death. DeWayne Frazier said he handed his iPhone to a fellow customer to make the photo and document the moment. He wrote, "Dejan and I would go there for the "cultural experience" and they were always so kind to us. Mr. Aaron and his son Kyle showed Dejan and me their gun from the Civil War era. Mr. Aaron and Kyle love guns...and burgers of course. Dejan loved the place because it was a place he could look at a gun and have a burger at the same time, never did that in Serbia (his home country)" - submitted by Linda Waggener, Campbellsville University
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