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Trouble with the wife...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Carbon Helix, May 2, 2009.

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  1. Carbon Helix

    Carbon Helix Member

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    So my wife just got a new Beretta PX4 Storm Sub-compact. It is her gun, but I just can't keep my hands off of it! :evil:

    The gun shop didn't have the full size in that I wanted :eek:, so I left drooling over her new gun for the next month or so. Any advice from your guys as to how I can stay out of the dog house. I fear if I keep it up, she may claim all my practice ammo for herself! :banghead:
     
  2. crebralfix

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    What, you think the other guns in the house are YOURS?

    Silly, silly, man!

    You probably think your paycheck is yours too....

    The best solution for this situation is to buy another one and hope she doesn't decide to carry two at the same time.
     
  3. Cannonball888

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    I feel the same way about my wife's Kimber Ultra Carry. It's a lot more comfortable to CC and I can shoot it just as accurately as my Commander-sized SA Champion.
     
  4. Geno

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    Sounds like a case of pistol-envy.

    :)
     
  5. jwmtx

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    First, it's probably too late for you. You have to let them know first thing that you are in charge. No if's, and's or but's.That way there need be no discussion. If you've even got a dog house you might as well go ahead and move in.
    James
     
  6. Hungry Seagull

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    Make that three guns, she can only shoot two at a time.

    Or let her have the two, and get a GOOD gun for yourself. Preferably one that she has been looking at but cannot afford.

    One upmanship in a marriage isnt good.

    What matters is that both of you are happy with weapons.
     
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