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Old 03-06-2013, 05:16 PM   #31
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Love my STI Tactical!! Great lookin pistol

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Old 03-06-2013, 05:22 PM   #32
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Ina revolver,an sp101 wearing badger boots. I'm hoping to get a pair for mine.




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In a handgun,I'm partial to my dan Wesson VBOB for a refined look.



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For a more rugged and raw look in a handgun I like the les bears



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Old 03-06-2013, 05:26 PM   #33
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Always loved the look of the Colt Python. Hope I can afford one someday. Historically when I get about half the money saved up I buy a different gun.

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Old 03-06-2013, 05:49 PM   #34
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Looks mean nothing to me,......... reliability and ease of concealment is my main concern.
Glad you don't pick my women!

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I had a really gorgeous CZ-75 years ago, but there's still nothing more beautiful to me than a Smith K-frame. Preferably with the fine old high-polished deep bluing and walnut stocks.

My guns may be tools, and are. So are my knives; but I can still appreciate the beauty of finely-designed and beautifully-built tools.

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I had a really gorgeous CZ-75 years ago, but there's still nothing more beautiful to me than a Smith K-frame. Preferably with the fine old high-polished deep bluing and walnut stocks.

My guns may be tools, and are. So are my knives; but I can still appreciate the beauty of finely-designed and beautifully-built tools.
Well said! Appreciate quality, exactly why i clean and polish my snap on tools
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Always loved the look of the Colt Python. Hope I can afford one someday. Historically when I get about half the money saved up I buy a different gun.
One of the very best designed firearms ever made!!
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You got sumptin' against Bullseye shooters?
No, I have something about people handling a firearm in an unsafe manner. I tried to be subtle with my comment, but apparently it went over a few heads.
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