As has been noted in a previous entry, Gallowglass is rarely without some form of firearm, be it large or small. The ‘Peppy’ has seen use on multiple occasions, including such incidents as the ‘Highgate Scouring’ (1924), the ‘Baboons-in-Balloons Affair’ (1921) and, most notably, the 1920 confrontation with lycanthropic artist, Gabriel-Ernest Smythe. 

As with her other firearms, Gallowglass’ Peppy is normally loaded with silver bullets or some other form of specialist ammunition. As it is often a weapon of last resort, Gallowglass rarely uses it, except when necessity (or fancy dress) dictates, but she always carries it, stowed in some pocket, sleeve, sock, garter or otherwise handy spot…

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