Thanks be to Stretch for sending this along.
Back in 1914, 25,000 Steyr rifles were smuggled into Northern Ireland aboard the steamer Clyde Valley as part of the Larne gun-running action to be used by the Ulster Volunteer Force in the fight for independence.
10 of them were just discovered, still hidden away and ready to go, 102 years later.
Rifles in north Belfast Orange hall for over 100 years
Sadly, even though they were obsolete rifles firing an out-of-production cartridge, the police "deactivated" them before returning them to the Orange Hall.
Why can't I ever find anything that cool? Maybe I need to take a close look at the walls in my new house when I get there in a couple of weeks.