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Gun related names for a kid.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by kalash, Mar 24, 2011.

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  1. kalash

    kalash Member

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    I seen the thread about the dog names so I might a well post this.

    We have been talking about starting a faimly and in our passing conversations we have been talking about kids names. Had her set on "john moses" for our first boy until she found out it was gun related. She does NOT want a gun related name.......

    Soooooo I'm going to find a name, name it, and tell her when its like 10.

    Any good boy or girl names that is gun related. Possibly a model or a designer?
     
  2. Ala Dan

    Ala Dan Member in memoriam

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    Colt, and Hunter are all I can come up with~! :scrutiny: ;)
     
  3. LHRGunslinger

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    Carlos. as in Carlos Hathcock.
    Duke. as in John "The Duke" Wayne.
    Wayne. same as above.
    Mike short for Mikhail Kalashnakov
     
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  4. jmr40

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    Taught school for 30 years and have come across some interesting names. Some just plain wierd. Had a kids named Remington, Harley, Hunter, Colt.

    If you want something less obvious use something less well known. Parker, Westley, Paul (Mauser), Oliver (Winchester), William (Ruger), Annie (Oakely), Roy (Weatherby)
     
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  5. smallbore

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    I don't have any name suggestions. However, I would like an update on your wife's reaction on the child's 10th birthday.
     
  6. lizziedog1

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    How about Glock!:D
     
  7. Prosser

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    John Moses
    Jack Huntington
    Hamiton
    John L.
    Dick
    Bart
    Wyatt
    Saeed
    Sammuel
    Douglas
    Bobbie Boy Baker
    Bubba
    .458
    Gary Rearend
    John Taffin the 3rd
    Ross
    Jason
    Jack O.
    Sue
    :D
     
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    Hangfire
    Misfire
    Squib
     
  9. PRM

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    Now that's funny ~ you left out Bullseye and Target
     
  10. MtnCreek

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    I see theropy in someone's future.

    How bout Savage?
     
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    If it was a "surprise" pregnancy, how about Indy?



    :cool:
     
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    Remmy Tim?
    Vince Chester?
    Reuben (roo) Gehr?
    Marv Linn?
    Will Esson?
    Kim (can be a guy's name too) Buhr?
     
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    I came up with the middle name Lucas for my youngest brother, after Lucas McCain, the rifleman.
     
  14. esheato

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    What about Gunnar?
     
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    Parker, as in Parkerized.

    If you think about it, any name could be gun related if you go with names of people who used guns in some fashion.

    John Wayne was an actor, not a gun person. Many of his characters were gun people. kalash could name his future son Rooster, as in Rooster Cogburn. How about "Stryker" for his character in The Sands of Iwo Jima?

    However, if you want John Wayne, then why not go with a gender neutral name like Marion, tough guy Duke's real first name.
     
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    One problem, Rooster was his nickname, Reuben was his real name.
     
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    Mosin (Smith)
    Maggy {Grey}
    Leed (Taylor)
    Reticle (Brown)
    Grip (Munson)

    Some I have met along the way. HTH
     
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    Here are a couple I haven't seen yet:

    hunter
    sergeant
     
  19. DukeNukem

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    You could name a daughter Golden Dorothy and call her Gold Dot.:D
     
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    Peter Paul (Mauser). Kids will tease him saying his initials are Pee Pee though.
    James Paris (Lee) teasing about France
    Euguene (first name) Stoner (middle name)...teasing about Marijuana use.
    Craig George (Krag Jorgenson)
    Smith Wesley (Smith and Wesson)
    Daniel Wesley (Dan Wesson)
     
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    John Wayne (Marion Morrison) whatever, was in fact a avid hunter, shooter and gun collector.
     
  22. dusty14u

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    I know a guy who named his daughter Kimber. His wife had no problem with it.

    Cooper might be a good name for a boy.
     
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    annie oakley
    scout
    carbine
    weaver
     
  24. cambeul41

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    This may be an amusing line of discussion, but planning to deceive your wife, especially about something so important to her, does not bode well for the marriage.
     
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    How about failure to eject? OH now that's not funny.
    My buddy named his son ruger.
    My boss named his son hunter.
     
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