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Old 07-11-2013, 09:25 PM   #11
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Very high quality trolling OP! Well played.



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Can you see where this guy is carrying? This picture was taken in Jamaica.



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Winds, that is an old picture taken when I was a few pounds lighter.

How did you get a copy?
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I just took a summer job as a life guard, and need advice on how to carry either my Taurus Judge or my .44 mag Desert Eagle in my bathing suit. It has to be concealed, as I don't have a carry license because I'm still on parole from that unfortunate incident at the Tupperware convention, but since I've been self-medicating with street drugs the neighbor's dog told me I'm a lot calmer.

I haven't been able to practice much recently, but I do have a lot of experience with firearms from playing call of duty -- much better than a shooting range, as you can do it sitting down and eating pizza with a 12 pack of malt liquor. (Hey, does anyone know what these green pills are?)

Although sometimes it does get sorta lonely here in the basement, and I wish I could find a cute female who's into guns to come over and rack my slide . . . hello, yellow pills . . . where was I?

Seriously, where was I? Todays been sort of a blur . . . is it Thursday yet?
Those guns print a bit much if you ask me. I'd go with a 12 gauge. Or just mount a Gatling gun on your lifeguard tower.
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Old 07-12-2013, 07:55 AM   #15
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You're man enough to conseal those gats yo yoo R da man!


In my experience as a spec ops operator at one of the nations largest multi-point retail outlets your best err on the side of the larger. Get a Jewish afro wig and a Magnum PI mustache and change your name to John Homes Hasselhoff. No one will question the weapon printing as they will think it's your....weapon.

The big question is where will you acquire flesh tone paint to camo the trauma plates?....Sumo suit???

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Prisoners have a way of carrying when they are incarcerated that has absolutely no printing, but the Vasoline required to fit the Desert Eagle might run you into real debt. Draw time is a tad on the slow side as well.

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I just took a summer job as a life guard, and need advice on how to carry either my Taurus Judge or my .44 mag Desert Eagle in my bathing suit. It has to be concealed, as I don't have a carry license because I'm still on parole from that unfortunate incident at the Tupperware convention, but since I've been self-medicating with street drugs the neighbor's dog told me I'm a lot calmer.

I haven't been able to practice much recently, but I do have a lot of experience with firearms from playing call of duty -- much better than a shooting range, as you can do it sitting down and eating pizza with a 12 pack of malt liquor. (Hey, does anyone know what these green pills are?)

Although sometimes it does get sorta lonely here in the basement, and I wish I could find a cute female who's into guns to come over and rack my slide . . . hello, yellow pills . . . where was I?

Seriously, where was I? Todays been sort of a blur . . . is it Thursday yet?
44 magnum? What are you, a pansy?

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44 magnum? What are you, a pansy?

Go big or go home.

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Uh-oh, there's going to be a national Vaseline shortage...
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I would check with the " So-Co " guy,,,, I believe that was him in the earlier photo,,,,,,, he may have some helpful hints.

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just paint your guns the color as your swimsuit and no one will notice. that was an easy one!



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