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So I found a cool little kel-tec...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by reagansquad, Aug 25, 2004.

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  1. reagansquad

    reagansquad Member

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    I found this kel-tec p32 at a shop near my home. I didn't like it at first, but now I'm starting to come around. The thing is BRIGHT BLUE! Now, do any of you LEOs think that you'd assume a blue pistol was painted to look like a toy, and therefore be hard on me at a traffic stop? Any other random problems with a bright blue pistol? It looks cool, just seems sort of unconventional to me...
     
  2. buy guns

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    screw them if they dont like the color of your gun. have a pic of it?
     
  3. mtnbkr

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    The colored portion can be replaced. It's just a cover over the real frame. My favorite P32 colors are OD green and gray.

    Chris
     
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    I looked for a pink Keltec P32 frame when my wife got her CCW. Couldn't find one. Just as well, since she has more sense and wanted the "blackest, easiest to conceal one we can find."
     
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    this thread BEGS for pics....
     
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    It's not quite this dark in real life.

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    Chris
     
  7. USMCsilver

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    Ahh, pink pistols, now grand...

    I had a guy contact me about doing a Buckmark for his wife. I did it, however I felt dirty doing so. The next project is for the wife -- a pink/black 1911. I hate to do that to one of my own guns, but the lady of the house requests it.

    Here's the horrid Buckmark.

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  8. reagansquad

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    Your wish is my command!!!

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    I forgot they had that shade of blue. I was thinking of the baby blue color they offered. That looks much better.

    Chris
     
  10. buy guns

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    that keltec looks really nice. i wish gun manufacturers would make guns in more colors than silver and black just to have more of a variety.
     
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    FWIW, H&K is offering colors on the USP now. Oh, and Charles Daly grants color options as well.
     
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    Grips for the keltecs are $20 and can be dyed. They will turn out a little darker than the dye color even with the ivory grip as a starting point. The P3AT and P11 grips don't come in ivory, so you're even more limited with those.

    I dyed a grey grip to get mine looking like this.
     
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