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A drum-like instrument created by Mexican sculptor Pedro Reyes from parts of seized weapons goes through testing in his workshop in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2013. In the Mexico City workshop mechanical hammers ping against ammunition magazines from assault rifles and pistol parts strike metal plates, like cymbals, to create rhythmic, syncopated sounds, from guns that have caused so many deaths in northern Mexico. Reyes has dedicated his last two years transforming weapons, that were either turned in or seized by the army and police in Ciudad Juarez, into musical instruments for his project titled "Disarm." (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)

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A drum-like instrument created by Mexican sculptor Pedro Reyes from parts of seized weapons goes through testing in his workshop in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2013. In the Mexico City workshop mechanical hammers ping against ammunition magazines from assault rifles and pistol parts strike metal plates, like cymbals, to create rhythmic, syncopated sounds, from guns that have caused so many deaths in northern Mexico. Reyes has dedicated his last two years transforming weapons, that were either turned in or seized by the army and police in Ciudad Juarez, into musical instruments for his project titled "Disarm."  (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
A drum-like instrument created by Mexican sculptor Pedro Reyes from parts of seized weapons goes through testing in his workshop in Mexico City, Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2013. In the Mexico City workshop mechanical hammers ping against ammunition magazines from assault rifles and pistol parts strike metal plates, like cymbals, to create rhythmic, syncopated sounds, from guns that have caused so many deaths in northern Mexico. Reyes has dedicated his last two years transforming weapons, that were either turned in or seized by the army and police in Ciudad Juarez, into musical instruments for his project titled "Disarm." (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
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