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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Steel, Sep 30, 2004.

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  1. Steel

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  2. jsalcedo

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    Try getting on a plane with that stuff. :eek:
     
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    I've got a .45 ACP round earring somewhere.

    I need to find another little gold 1911...
     
  4. Dr.Rob

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    What no cufflinks?
     
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    [Homer's voice] Yummmm tactical jewelry[/Homer's voice].

    cheers, js
     
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    Gee, all this time my husband has been so thrilled about my liking guns better than jewelry..

    You all are undermining that a little.... maybe jewelry isn't so bad to spend money on...
     
  8. ZeroX

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    I'd get a bullet keychain but I don't think I'd get a bullet ankle bracelet or anything like that.
     
  9. Iggy

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    Tie Tack

    I have a 45 JHP.. Supervel, that was fired at me.. Went through the windshield of my patrol car and landed in the back seat..

    I attached it to a tie tack with epoxy and wore it with my uniform for 12 years..

    I always told people we were issued bullet proof ties....:D :what:
     
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    http://www.bulletrings.com// I've got one of these in SS with a .41GNR case head mounted with a Garnet birthstone. Very nicely made, not to flashy, and well worth the money.
     
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    I think I see new buttons for my shirts in the near future. :)

    -Ogre
     
  12. TNGO

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    I once had an ND with a .44 Special.

    I recovered the bullet and had a jeweler put it on a silver chain.

    I seldom wear it, but it hangs where I can see it every day, as a reminder.
     
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    I bought a pair of the 9mm earrings for a female friend a couple years back...She thought they were great, but they were too heavy. I think she turned them into a necklace or braclets.

    I've got the ubiquous .44 Mag round keychain. It's a good conversation starter.
     
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