Keeping the muzzle pointed in a safe direction since 2008
Oh, I don't know. It depends on WHY that gun is apparently meant for him. Information I'd like to know before I pass judgment. :)
Oh. Dear. God.
Option 1: A firearm is always loaded; and so must this one's owner be (always loaded).Option 2: We write the names of boyfriends on shotgun shells to remind everyone what will happen, and with what shell, if the young lady is not returned home after the date, on time and intact. Perhaps this owner takes it a step further and labels the firearm as a reminder of what will be used and on whom.
He is nowhere near 1911 quality. He's more of a used Bryco/Jennings .25 sort as he, like the Bryco?Jennings pistols, is of no real consequence, impresses only the immature, and can usually be found in the company of some thug.
Snerk, Murph is right... :-)
Maybe it's a reminder, kind of like a wanted poster. Just sayin'...
What a great firearm retention method.I mean, no self respecting crook will steal it and being able to tell a spouse "Honestly Honey, for some reason no one will buy it "
So this is, err, gun pr0n?;-)
I was going to ask if it was the pain killers talking, then I saw who posted it. Where's the brain bleach?
Aughhhhhhh... my eyes, my eyes! Not even a warning! Things that are seen cannot be unseen. And oddly enough the verify word was 'rfear'. Yes, I r fear, definitely.
Those grips need to be on a Taurus 1911. They shouldn't be profaning a Colt.
Not even a Taurus, one of those slips past the lack-of-quality control once in a while. Those grips should be on this Llama I have (hey, I was po' at the time).
I like those grips. Having them on my 1911 might help improve my shooting accuracy - you figure it out.
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