Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by SSN Vet, Jan 5, 2009.
Rico... as in Ricochet?
Those are great.
I grew up with a Pitbull/Doberman mix Named Shotgun!!
Sorry! I'd rather clean up after a day at the range than clean up after a dog.
(I love dogs, and feel they deserve a lot of care and room to exercise. Right now we're not in a position to do either. Some day if I can ever retire I'll get a good dog. Promise!)
The guy I bought my house from had 2 huge wolfdogs and it took about 2.5 years for all the dog hairs to finally blow out of the garage and every crevice in the backyard.
Everytime the wind picked up, you would see a huge hairball roll out from under a shelf or some other crevice... this went on for 2.5 years. It was amusing at first then it got tiring... I was wondering if there was a dog hiding under there still.
I have a big cat named "Magnum". He just runs through the house knocking furniture over.
I didn't see "Jericho" any where. After the line that Magnum Research markets here as the Baby Eagle.
Had a English/Irish setter mix I named Sarge once. Not not gun related but bacause he was so lazy (actually just VERY laid back) he reminded me of the stereotype of NCOs.
We can also name a big Akita "The Judge" after the new Taurus revolver.
How about Saiga, I may name my next dog that.
Winchester is on the right. Little girl is Joy.
Named my dog Bisley!
I'm naming my Jack Russell "Hammer".
My german shepard Male is SIG the female is greta the cat is Kimber. The neighbors call the male shepard SID for years finally I couldnt take it any more and said to them his name is SIG You know german Like sig heil!!!!
Ist seig heil, mein freund. Sprechen ze Deutsche? Ich bin ein gut Berliner.
I always like Moses as a name
from John Moses Browning.
of course this is from a guy who just named his new black lab Olive.
like Olive the other reindeer.
she also looks like Luca Brasi from The Godfather.
Pearl was the old dog, god rest her soul.
First dog was Waylon
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