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Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by LSU Fan, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. LSU Fan

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    Ok I know this isn't exactly gun related... but does anyone have any gun related costume ideas?
     
  2. Mrs. Armoredman

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    You can dress up as a western gun slinger. Like oh John Wayne in Chisium. If you have a favorite cowboy on tv that you want to dress up as to go to a halloween party.
     
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  4. shouldifail

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    maybe we could all go as
    MALL NINJAS!!!!!!!!
     
  5. armoredman

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    Dress up AS a gun. Challenging and fun, figure out how to look like your favorite firearm...
     
  6. Ramone

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    A few years back, my apprentice showed up at the local pub's Halloween party wearing a grey wig, a house dress, combat boots, and steel pot helmet and toting a toy M-16....

    He was the 'Mother of all Wars'.

    Ramone
     
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    Wild West Gunslinger
    James Bond
    Military Personell
    Police Officer
    Civil War or Revolutionary War Soldier
     
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    Dress like a hockey mom and wink a lot.
     
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    If it's a girl, that would not have me thinking about guns.

    Don't forget hitman, clint eastwood, john wayne, any tombstone character, soldier of favorite era, an anti-gun sign?, i really like the as a gun idea.
     
  10. Ramone

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    Maybe an armed bear?
     
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    Sarah Brady.
     
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    Now that would be one scary costume.
     
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    I'd look more like John Wayne in TRUE GRIT.
     
  14. eflatminor

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    I've seen three gun related costumes:

    1) Cowboy...that's obvious;
    2) A dead soilder with face painted white and a fake bullet hole in the forehead; and
    3) A Mexican drug runner.

    The guns? A six shooter, an AR15, and a AK, respectively.
     
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    Hmmm. French resistance fighter for a girl. With cute little beret and a forties style scarf. The shoes would be the hardest to find.

    Of course there is always Bonnie and/or Clyde. The famous 'Red River shirt' is easy to make even without a pattern for the 'cowboy' look. Add a long skirt and a kepi for a passable Calamity Jane. One of Dad's old coats cut to have a lobstertail in back and aluminum foil on the buttons would make a passable Revolutionary soldier. Especially if you can find some blue dye. Gold or yellow yarn for unit piping optional.

    Anything else?

    Selena
     
  17. Code3GT

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    get a high school letter jacket and a toy rifle....go as Charlie Sheen in Red Dawn ;)

    a Wolverines! shirt wouldnt hurt either...
     
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    Last year I was a deer hunter w/ a cap firing toy shotgun and my GF was a deer.

    Year before the party was on my birthday so my GF dressed as a cake and I walked around with a big fork.
     
  19. Bubbles

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    A few years back a friend of mine dressed up as a militant feminist. She wore BDU's and an emty thigh holster filled with pamphlets from the local women's shelter.
     
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    If one dressed as a soldier, and the residing state had open carry, would it be legal to walk around with an AR on a sling? I'm pretty sure that not many would say anything.

    I don't plan on doing this (*hint* look at my state *hint*) but it was just something that I was wondering.
     
  21. Colt46

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    I guess the Olsen twins would be gun related

    'Failure to feed' comes to mind.
     
  22. ScottyT

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    It would be legal here in Utah (as long as you met specific requirements), but you probably don't want a real gun on you around a bunch of drunks at the party of your choice -- not that it would necessarily be loaded, of course.

    Dang, I won't have my AR by Halloween... maybe I will just have to wear it to Thanksgiving Dinner!:neener:
     
  23. Vaarok

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    Mal Reynolds.
     
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    I'm certain that a couple of belts, a bedsheet, an old Army field jacket, a beard, and an AK would make for a convincing OBL.
     
  25. 5shot

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    A friend who is 6'4" and 280# went "trick or treating" last year dressed as a horse racing jocky. Not gun related, but kind of funny with the little hat, poofed pants, shiny boots and a little whip thing.
     
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