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Annie Oakley’s Bonnet
AnnieOakley
"Keep on aiming and keep on shooting, for only practice will make you perfect."

Annie Oakley

Origin

Annie Oakley

Type

Bonnet

Effects

Directs bullets to targets without fail

Downsides

Requires clear visual

Activation

Wearing and seeing

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Tell-23D

Aisle

610344-3034

Shelf

388403-6574-255

Date of Collection

July 7, 1892

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OriginEdit

Annie “Little Sure Shot” Oakley was a famous old west sharpshooter whose accuracy rivaled and surpassed those of her male contemporaries. The first notable time she demonstrated her skills, 15 year old Oakley challenged veteran marksman Frank E. Butler to a shooting match; he missed on the 25th shot and married her afterwards. Her signature flourish however was putting several bullet holes in a fluttering playing card before it reached the ground. She toured across the world under Buffalo Bill’s Wild West shows, performing for kings and dukes across Europe and later teaching firearm handling to thousands of women.

EffectsEdit

The wearer becomes able to redirect the trajectory of bullets towards any target, no matter the subject’s orientation or the bullet’s condition. However, the wearer must clearly see the target to establish a direct course, otherwise the bullet will fly past.

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