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Help Us Name Our Newest Addition!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Birddog1911, Mar 21, 2010.


What is his new name?

  1. Bridger

    1 vote(s)
  2. Frisco

    1 vote(s)
  3. Jackson

    0 vote(s)
  4. Kipper

    0 vote(s)
  5. Paddington

    0 vote(s)
  6. Teilo; Tye for short

    2 vote(s)
  7. Tucker

    5 vote(s)
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  1. Birddog1911

    Birddog1911 Well-Known Member

    Just brought him home yesterday. We're torn between several names. So, tell us what you think in the poll. Sadly, Mrs. Birddog says no gun names.:(

  2. AzBuckfever

    AzBuckfever member

    Okay, I hope you're talking about a dog and not a child :) So no gun names....but you didn't say bullets :) So, being a bird dog, I would choose 1 of 2....The first sounds more like a normal name....

    Ackley (boy or Girl)
    Caliber (boy)

    Those are my choices...:D

    Could also go with trigger, but that's a little too lame.
  3. Birddog1911

    Birddog1911 Well-Known Member

    I was late getting the photo up. I've only had one cup of coffee so far!
  4. Fremmer

    Fremmer Well-Known Member

    That's a Sam Colt if I ever saw one. But you can call him Sam. :D
  5. PT1911

    PT1911 Well-Known Member

    looks like a tye to me...
  6. Mp7

    Mp7 Well-Known Member

    okay. None of the above.
    A few suggestions from the other side of the lake:

    - Hector

    - Mister Smith

  7. wishin

    wishin Well-Known Member

    That is one cute pup...............
  8. KarenTOC

    KarenTOC Well-Known Member

    Bridger -- sounds like a dentist.
    Frisco -- it's in california.
    Jackson -- a pedophile.
    Kipper -- a breakfast fish.
    Paddington -- terminally precious teddy bear
    Teilo; Tye for short -- not bad!
    Tucker -- pretty good. no doubt will be called "Tuck" at some point.

    I voted for Tucker for the humor potential when he poops on the rug, or when a toddler tries to say his name...
  9. K9american

    K9american Well-Known Member

    What a pup!

    I like to keep dog/horse/cat names simple and usually one or two syllables max. Easier to say, easier for them to understand. For example, we have a pony named "Scout" because she's a paint. Everybody remembers Tonto's horse, right?

    We used to have a girl dog named "Bob". Sort of a switch on "a boy named Sue".

    Good luck with that little whippersnapper whatever you call him. :D
  10. The Bushmaster

    The Bushmaster Well-Known Member

  11. Larry Ashcraft

    Larry Ashcraft Moderator Staff Member

    Cute pup, but sorry, this is OT.
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