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And here is the #1 Bling Bling PUKE!!!

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Gary in Pennsylvania, Mar 25, 2004.

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  1. Gary in Pennsylvania

    Gary in Pennsylvania Member

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    OH

    MY

    GOD! (<-- is it still my constitutional right to say that??)


    Take a DEEP BREATH . . . . . . . and look at this Kimber!

    Up-Chuck Kimber

    :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead:
     
  2. Gary in Pennsylvania

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  3. Heraclitus

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    Hmmm...

    Looks like something Rooster in TV's "Baretta" would carry if he had taken the oath.

    Aren't you glad those guns are LIMITED?
     
  4. Josey

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    I like them both. Where can I find those grips? I have a couple of pipes they would match.
     
  5. ZekeLuvs1911

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    Actually, these are the best Kimbers I've ever seen. I mean...who would want a single tone boring lame colored pistol when you want to really make a statement! After all, having one of these only shows how much balls you really got. I guess no one here except me has a pair. I'm gonna go order those right away..............................................




































    Do not adjust your screen, you are not in control. What you have just read was posted by the individual sick, demented, crazy twin brother and he has been restrained. Now back to our regular programming.............. :neener:
     
  6. pauli

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    limited edition, indeed...
     
  7. Stinkyshoe

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    Somethings are just better off as boat anchors.
     
  8. Heraclitus

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    I do make a statement. But only at the range. Living in Texas, it's hard to make a statement anywhere else. :uhoh:
    I'll vouch for that if you're a ballet dancer. Not long ago, the wife and I went to an annual Christmas presentation of The Nutcracker (no pun intended). The guy in the play must really have balls to wear those tights before a crowd five hundred strong. :D
     
  9. pauli

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    the question is: was he printing, and did he care? ;)
     
  10. Heraclitus

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    ROTFLMAO :D :D :D
     
  11. Strings

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    whoever polished the slide on that first one should walk away from the lathe. If I broke edges like that at work, the old man'd beat me senseless...
     
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    Have you guys tried de-caf?

    It's the bowling ball grips that kinda make me shudder.
     
  14. Grump

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    I guess it was obvious that the guy in the Nutcracker WAS a guy, eh?

    The first Kimber looks to be one of those carry "melts" with all corners blended. At least I hope it was on purpose.


    ZekeLuvs1911: Your "evil twin's" post reminded me of my sentiments on the green and black berets--they HAD to be for only the elite troops, because only the toughest could get away with wearing a silly sissy French hat like that and not get their butts whooped!

    So now it's all have tan berets, the tough troops gotta wear feathers in their hats and carry pimp guns?
     
  15. Treylis

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    Yes, more bowling-ball grips.

    The first set might work if you put them on a radically different gun, though. Kind of reminds me of galaxies.

    Hmm, looking at those grips again... maybe not.
     
  16. Chuck Jennings

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    Somebody needs to stop this maniac before he assaults another gun!! When will it stop!! :what:
     
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  17. Tag

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    the grips look to be made of old bowling balls :scrutiny:
     
  18. Dave Markowitz

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    "Queer Eye for the Tactical Guy"?????
     
  19. HD

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    makes me wanna pimp out my 239...

    (JK!):barf: :barf: :barf: :rolleyes: :uhoh:
     
  20. Zan

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    PURPLE!!![​IMG]
     
  21. BluesBear

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    Does that mean y'all won't like this either?

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    Or this one?

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    See now... I kinda like those two. The frst one would be a great carry piece for Halloween (or any other costune occassion), as it looks like some kinda ray gun. The second, well... it just looks good. Not tacky...
     
  24. strambo

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    Now we're pimpin'!;) I'd roll like dat an all da playaz best back the &#@! off!

    (Edited to replace the "S" in playaz w/ a "Z", I'm never gonna get my street creds with spelling that bad, I mean whack!)
     
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  25. WhoKnowsWho

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    I actually like the red framed one. :D
     
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