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One of the ways Carole Lombard got in good with Clark Gable was to adopt some of his interests -- the outdoors, for instance. Lombard, a skilled athlete with superb reflexes, became a better shot than Gable was and liked showing off her skill.

The above photo shows Carole at a gun club in late 1938. Here it is seen from two other angles:

Even better, this photo has a snipe. courtesy of Russell Birdwell, Selznick International's publicity ace. It was part of a series of Lombard shooting pics:

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