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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

He stopped as he saw Perry Mason's eyes come to rest on the thing which had dropped to the carpet. "Cartridge?" Mason asked.
The boy stooped to recover it, but Mason was first. He picked up a.38 cartridge and stared at it speculatively as he held it in his outstretched hand.
" Why the munitions?" he asked.
" That's my business," Basset said.
Mason reached out, grabbed the boy's left hand, pushed the fingers open before young Basset could define his intentions, disclosed several more .38 caliber shells. One cartridge was empty.
" Where's the gun?" he asked.
" Don't try any of that stuff!" Basset flared. "You can't . . ."
Perry Mason grabbed the young man's shoulder, jerked him forward, spun him around, and, at the same time, slipped an exploring right hand beneath the back of the coat.
Dick Basset tried to struggle, braced himself, and jerked free, but not before Perry Mason had pulled the .38 caliber revolver from the right hip pocket.
Mason broke the gun open. The cylinder was unloaded. He smelled of the muzzle.
" Smells as though it had been fired," he said.
Dick Basset stared at him in white-faced- silence. Mrs. Basset jumped forward, wrapped her hands around the gun.

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