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The ultimate bad boy?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by golani13, Nov 19, 2006.

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  1. golani13

    golani13 Member

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    This must be the ultimate bad boy, designwise at least. The handling should not bee completely of target since it´s made by Bul Transmark´s top gunsmith Miki Danzi.:what:
     

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  2. Phenom

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    It's just a race pistol. It looks more like a toy than anything else. Something like a customized Sig P220 is a bad boy. That race pistol would just get you laughed at;)

    What did you do with the pic:confused:
     
  3. Snagglepuss

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    I see no picture.:confused:
     
  4. golani13

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    re: picture

    sorry i´m just a complete :neener: when it comes to computers
     
  5. golani13

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    laughed at

    ah c´mon it´s a nice looking gun you nhave to agree
     
  6. Snagglepuss

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    Bizarre. I bet it is a pain to keep clean and nice looking.
     
  7. Owen

    Owen Moderator Emeritus

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    why would one voluntarily open up the firing pin channel? Asking for trouble.
     
  8. Phenom

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    Still looks like a toy:p
     
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    And I thought Glocks were ugly!:what:
     
  10. Handgun Midas

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    I see no trace of a hammer, and while the safety is a foot wide, the slide release looks absolutely flush with the slide.

    Oh, but you know it gotsa skull on it.
     
  11. SuperNaut

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    There was a brief period after that modernized Romeo + Juliet came out where people were "chopping" their handguns. I've seen a few that were interesting, but most were just ugly. Some small innovations came out of it; like the no-grip-checked-frame on double-stacks (what is the point of grips on solid metal anyway?) and clear lexan grips with window mags.
     
  12. Spencer

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    Hahahaha.

    Oh, sorry.
     
  13. MachIVshooter

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    One word:

    FUGLY!
     
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    Ugly to say the least.
     
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    I think it was designed by Bobby Trendy:barf:
     
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    Looks, uuuuh, "impractical".:scrutiny:

    All those holes means crap gets inside your gun.
     
  17. High Planes Drifter

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    Salesman: But sir, its a Swiss Army Gun. the Slide doubles as a Cheesegrader:neener:
     
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    I do really like those faux rivets going along the edges lengthwise of the slide!


    I don't like all the cutaways...like it's specifically designed to just show how a double-stack 1911 functions.
     
  19. MaterDei

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    Different strokes for different folks I guess. UGLY
     
  20. 51Cards

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    How many Nerf Darts does it hold?:neener:
     
  21. shaggycat

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    Looks like a squirt gun...
     
  22. Heavy Metal Hero

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    Ultimate bad boy, I think not.

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  23. jkomp316

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    If someone had that at the range, and they weren't shooting bullseye's at 25yrds... I'd totally laugh at them.
     
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    Seems like the strength of the slide has been compromised.
     
  25. Owen

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    slides, like most gun parts are generally far stronger than they need to be. Many race guns are very ventilated.
     
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