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Dang it! My wife stole one of my guns today!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by XD Fan, Jul 29, 2007.

  1. XD Fan

    XD Fan New Member

    I took my wife shooting today. She loved my Taurus .22 revolver. Later in the afternoon we were hanging out with her father and she was telling him about our shooting trip. Suddenly, she began to refer to the revolver as hers.:what: Oh well! She had the best time she has ever had while shooting and wants to shoot more often now. I guess one little revolver is a price worth paying for those kind of returns.

    By the way she enjoyed shooting my 3.5" magnum 12 gauge. She was proud of having done that, but only wanted to shoot it once.
  2. 50caliber123

    50caliber123 New Member

    just be thankful it was only a .22 and not a more expensive gun. My last girlfriend always wanted to shoot the most expensive guns like my Marlin n1894 in .44 magnum. Not cheap to shoot.
  3. GunTech

    GunTech New Member

    I wish my wife went for the less expensive models. She bought a Sig, and now wants a Wild West take-down Marlin Guide gun (Alaskan Copilot). She has a knack for picking the expensive guns. Now she's lusting for my Mateba.
  4. XD Fan

    XD Fan New Member

    Yeah, I have this bad/good feeling it is only going to get more expensive from here.
  5. bruss01

    bruss01 New Member

    By "once" do you mean one session, one full mag tube or just one round (i.e. one pull of the trigger)?

    Not criticizing, just seems like one round would not be enough to know whether you enjoy shooting something, or, if you did enjoy it, why not shoot a second, third or fourth round? Just curious. Also it would be interesting to know what she shot, a 2.5 birdshot round or a 3.5 magnum slug, or (if more than one round) what kind of mix.

    FWIW I can say I've shot a Kimber 1911 once, but I don't mean that I only pulled the trigger one time. It was one range session, involving several mags that were emptied under my control. Enough so that I can say I truly experienced that firearm enough to know whether I enjoyed how it handled, how it shot, etc.
  6. brentn

    brentn New Member

    I have never had a girlfriend who actually took an interest to shooting as to want to get a gun herself.

    The last two could care less lol, but as usuall I will do what I want, and the last thing that I'll let happen is a woman get in the way of the things I enjoy ;)

    The girl I'm with right now, has shown some defenite interest in shooting, but not in guns in general. I showed her once my small humble collection as she asked and was curious, but thats the only time she inquired.

    Too bad.. I'd love to be with a chick that had or wanted her own collection
  7. brentn

    brentn New Member

    bruss, he did say 3.5" magnum. I've shot 3" magnum loads and I'll tell you that they are NOT fun to shoot. The 3.5 has even more of a kick, and its quite a challenge for someone who has or hasn't shot before. Enough to say that doing it once is defenitly enough, even one shot.
  8. TimboKhan

    TimboKhan Moderator

    Dude, thats a problem a lot of guys would like to have. What your failing to realize is that in the long run, this means more guns for YOU!!! Let me break this down for you:

    You: Look honey, I got us a matched pair of (insert gun preferred here).
    Her: Oh, look how sweet you are! I love that you want to spend time with me, and that was a very nice gesture. I love you.
    You: Sweet.

    And the best part is, you can do this again, and again, and again with little to no repercussion. Added to that, if you can convert her into a hardcore gunny, you will then be able to buy guns for yourself and use real, sound gunny logic:

    You: Well, I know I have 13 Glock 17's, but this one was just such a great deal, I couldn't pass it up. Plus, this one has stippling. Do you see? Stippling....
    Her: Makes sense to me.
    You: Sweet.

    Additionally, you can buy her guns that you know she will like, specifically for her, with the assurance that you will be able to shoot them pretty much whenever you want:

    You: Looky, I bought you that 1911 you have been drooling over. A special gift for my special lady!
    Her: (Through sobs of joy) Your the greatest husband ever.
    You: I know. Your not to shabby yourself, toots.

    See what you have done, dude? You have set yourself up for life. Thats awesome beyond recompense. I also assure you that my scenarios are completely realistic and accurate.

    God Bless Your Wife, and America.
  9. dracphelan

    dracphelan New Member

    My wife did that with a S&W 64 and my Marlin 60. At least she likes shooting. And, she has demanded the next firearm purchase be hers. She wants a S&W M&P 40. At least she likes to shoot.
  10. MIL-DOT

    MIL-DOT member

    i have a buddy whose wife recently "adopted" his walther as her carry piece. before that i believe it was his beretta .380. thinking way back i recall his HK P-7 doing time in her purse........hey, watcha gonna do ?:rolleyes:
  11. bakert

    bakert New Member

    It's happened to me twice! First my old rather beat up K.22 that she still likes. I was OK with that and just glad to have her shooting with me occasionally. Then she wanted to try a bigger gun. I though a .357 might be a bit too much for her but she just had to try it. My model 66 is now hers' when telling others about shooting with me!
    Last edited: Jul 30, 2007
  12. Kimber1911_06238

    Kimber1911_06238 New Member

    since she took one of your guns, that gives you an excuse to buy something else :)
  13. CajunBass

    CajunBass Active Member

    I could have written post # 8 myself.

    Good thinking Timbo. :D
  14. stevek

    stevek Member

    Yeah, TK got it right in #8 :D
    You got off fairly easy with it being your .22 revolver...my wife "appropriated" my Kimber Pro Raptor after shooting it :what:
  15. Agent 006 &7/8

    Agent 006 &7/8 New Member

    The last I saw of "my" new Kimber Eclipse was on the night when I picked it up from the shop. My wife picked it up, admired it, then headed for the bedroom (still holding the Kimber) saying, "We'll have to go shooting MY new pistol real soon." :eek:

    At least she has good taste...
  16. Black Knight

    Black Knight Active Member

    Don't feel bad, a few years ago my wife did the same with my 2 1/2" S&W 66. I finally got it back after she got tired of it. She said it was to big and heavy for her. Be glad she enjoys it as much as you. Now I have to find something small for my wife.
  17. SheB61

    SheB61 New Member


    I'm in the process of taking as my own, my hubby's Bushmaster AR-15! I love that rifle...... This week I also put some rounds through the .44 Super Redhawk, and I think I'll have that one too!!! :D

    Don't get me wrong, it's not that I don't have my own. I have my beloved CZ P-01 9mm, and a .22 rifle, but a girl needs variety!!! ;)
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2007
  18. bruss01

    bruss01 New Member

    He said the shotgun was a 3.5 magnum shotgun. That gives one no idea of what was fired in that shotgun. I was interested in what was actually fired in the shotgun, not so much the shotgun itself.
  19. Reddbecca

    Reddbecca New Member

    You guys don't know how lucky you are. Other people have got wives that make them choose between their marriage and their guns, but you've got wives that want your guns for themselves because they love them.

    I gotta be that lucky when I get married.
  20. XD Fan

    XD Fan New Member

    Good point. When I said she enjoyed it, I mean that it gave her a thrill to shoot a 3.5" #4 (I think.) bird shot. She fired a 2.75" target load and then fired the 3.5" magnum shell. She has shot my other twelve gauges many times and enjoys them. The 3.5" round was sort of a "Cool. I did it, but I do not really want to do that again." Mostly she is looking forward to bragging to my father. It was just a moment of fun.

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