Photographers Miguel Hahn and Jan-Christophe Hartung were surprised by the scale of gun ownership in the country. So they set out to document it. The pistol pictured here is owned by a young woman.
Marc Schieferdecker is a founder of the German Rifle Association, which is similar to the National Rifle Association in the United States.
Odelia Graff isn't a gun owner, but she is the daughter of the German Fur Association's president. She told the photographers that it is a pity we need weapons, but we do.
A wine bottle shaped like a machine gun.
Christian Ohmen is a public-school teacher who enjoys hunting and going to the shooting range.
Ohmen's cat sleeps on top of his weapon closet.
Karl-Heinz Oster is a enthusiast for old guns. Here he holds one from the 19th century.
Bullet holes mark an area where people practice their shooting skills.
Jens Stormer, a hunter, blows soap bubbles to see which way the wind is going. This way, animals can't detect him.