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Tuesday's (04-29-08) Day by Day cartoon

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by kjeff50cal, Apr 29, 2008.

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  1. kjeff50cal

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  2. Thernlund

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    Looks like a Kel-Tec PF-9 to me. ;)


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  3. VARifleman

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    It's small to be a glock, but that grip and mag basepad are unmistakably glock.
     
  4. Thernlund

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    Dunno. End of the slide is angled. A Glock is squared off.

    Still say PF-9.

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    Looks like a 36C to me.
     
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    Sam's an engineer. She'd opt for what ever had the best specs.
     
  7. Thernlund

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    HAAA! We're debating a cartoon gun. Good stuff.


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  8. Gingerbreadman

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    .40 cal in picture above=Glock 27.
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    You know you're a gun nut...






    When you see that cartoon and debate the gun. :scrutiny:
     
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    I think Mr. Breadman is right. I have been swayed. ;)


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    Yep, finger indention is the dead giveaway.

    artist just didn't get their proportions right on the slide, heh.
     
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    Ah yes, I remember her. She was my first. We met in the woods in the Adirondacks. I'll never forget how she felt in my hands. There's just something about that petite frame. My friend had brought her along and he let me have a few turns with her up against the hillside.

    She still calls to me from behind the glass every time I go into Bass Pro. I think she wants to get in my pants and to be honest, I think it would be a good fit. . . her or a Taurus Millenium in .40. Just don't tell my Ruger, I don't want any feelings hurt.
     
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    CNYCacher, you are a very bad man.:evil:
     
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    Well-crafted, CNYCacher.
     
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    follow-up

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    Chris just doesn't miss a beat....
     
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