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Anybody have any 000buckwear?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BHPshooter, Sep 17, 2003.

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  1. BHPshooter

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    Too cool! I can't decide which one to get.
     
  3. MagKnightX

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    That is an excellent shop. I wish I had at least one of the guns on the t-shirts, though :( . Specifically the M249, but any of the HDRs will do.
     
  4. Zak Smith

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    There's something wrong with that Hi-Power! Note: magazine seated, hammer at half-cock. That's no way to leave a BHP!

    -z
     
  5. BHPshooter

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    Yeah, you're right. The hammer is on half-cock. I think the reason that it's like that is because the Browning and FN sites had pics of the BHP like that on them for a while. That pic appears to be the exact one that they made the graphic from.

    here's the pic, just in case anything I said doesn't make sense (it happens frequently :D ).

    [​IMG]

    Wes
     

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    Whoops, sorry about the size of that one. :eek:

    Wes
     
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    I forgive you because it is such a pretty picture. :D
     
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    the cafepress process is really cool

    i go from concept to sales in a half a day

    setting up custom shirts for political events is so sweet:
    http://www.cafeshops.com/mcrino
     
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    ***?! NO GLOCK?! I'm offended :(
     
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