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Don't Laugh (gun jewelry)

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by busstonedfx@gmail.com, Feb 6, 2013.

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  1. busstonedfx@gmail.com

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  2. Zardaia

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    The AK. Maybe as a key chain but that's about it.
     
  3. busstonedfx@gmail.com

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    oh , thats right- a key chain! I'm buying one of these
     
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  4. LS240

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    Wow when I read this title I thought you meant jewelry on guns. It's gonna take a while to flush the images of bedazzled rifles!
     
  5. harvester

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    Should be a tie clasp.
     
  6. Zardaia

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    Hmm, maybe my scar could use some bling? Seen the episode of american guns where he made his wife a 15,000$ 1911 with diamonds in the grip and sights? Now that's gun jewelry!
     
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    I have a tie clasp in .30-30 and a tie tac in Colt .45. Those look great. Mine are not that quality level...I was just a kid when I got them.

    Mark
     
  8. Fleetman

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    here's some of mine....the girls love'em!

    My wife also asked me to "make her a purty weddin ring" so I did....I guess the cigar band finally broke.
     

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    OK, so, for years I have been keeping an eye out for something like a Swarovski crystal cartridge to hang from the rear view mirror. There is some crap jewelry arounf with crystal bullet tips, but, not what I want...
     
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    Don't let your kid take one to school or they will probably summon the local constabulary and expel your child.
     
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    If this sort of thing floats your boat, might I point out that the NRA gift shop online has a nice selection of pendants, lapel pins, tie tacks, etc? The profits go to a good cause.... :D
     
  12. Fire_Moose

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    Thought you meant....


    [​IMG]

    Sent from my CZ85 Combat
     
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    The AK is well done but looks to me like something a Gangsta-Rap star would have on his Bentley or Hummer key chain.

    Come to think of it... the Thompson woulda been perfect on a key chain of Pretty-Boy Floyd, Dillinger and the like.:)
     
  14. busstonedfx@gmail.com

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    I know.. the Thompson is class... but its only 10g of silver and 5cms long vs the AK's 15 grams of silver vs 7 cm long.
    The AK looks much more solidly built, and the fact the hook is in the center....
    I cannot choose.
     
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    I figure of the two I'd go AK for craftsmanship and as you noted - the central hanging point. It's unfortunate that the Thompson looks a little bit "Buck Rodgers"-ish and would dangle muzzle down.
     
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    I made the mistake of opening the pics while my fiance was looking over my shoulder...guess I'm buying one soon (face meet palm)
     
  17. busstonedfx@gmail.com

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    Who is buck rogers?? :/
    LOL and now I'm 50 bucks lighter after buying that silver AK :cool:
     
  18. B!ngo

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    Are you sure I can't laugh?
    B
     
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    But which one would you pick if SHTF?

    :)
     
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    Fire_Moose, does that finger revolver really work?!!! Looks like it shoots. Gotta love the design, if nothing else.

    Never saw anything quite like that. I'd hate to launch a .22 short/long from my finger but not as bad as being on the receiving end.
     
  21. Fire_Moose

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    I'm not sure. A friend just recently posted it on another forum. I'm pretty sure its not his either.

    Ya love the design/ concept

    Sent from my CZ85 Combat
     
  22. Still Shooting

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    Revolver Ring

    There was a revolver ring on TV about a week ago - "Pawn Stars" - 19th century, custom pinfire cartridge. In the photo here, the high piece beside the barrels is the hammer/cocking piece, the opposite side is the trigger, and the upright small lever is the cylinder advance.

    -Must feel like a bee sting going in.....
     
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