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What a woman!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by el44vaquero, Nov 29, 2005.

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  1. el44vaquero

    el44vaquero Member

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    I have worked with a certain young woman for a while now. She has asked me several times what my plans for the weekend are and I often tell her I plan on taking a few pistols out to the range.

    The plot thickens when a week ago she asked me if I knew that much about guns. I asked her what she needed to know that I either knew the answer or knew some fine people over the internet that could help point me in the right direction. Her question for me was do I think that it is too masculine for a woman to carry a full-size 1911 in .45acp.

    After I picked my tongue up off the floor, I told her if she could handle it that was a fine choice in a weapon. She wasn't really sure about it. Her father told her that when she got her ccw she needed to carry a woman's gun like a glock. :neener:

    I told her the nine was a good round, but told her she should come to the range with me and appreciate the almighty 45.

    There are several things a man needs to see in his life and a beautiful blond squeezing off a few rounds on a vintage colt 1911 has got to be at the top of a list.

    She also mentioned she would like me to teach her how to reload because she has an old python her dad gave her. If I play my cards right I might have a new range buddy. :D
     
  2. nfl1990

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    That's great. And no I don't think it's too masculine, but I also didn't know that a glock was a lady's gun.
     
  3. doberman

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    I'm quite fond of the S&W Ladysmith. :uhoh: :confused: :uhoh:
     
  4. Stauble

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    i think thats hot
    ive been looking for a gilr like that, but im still single:rolleyes:
     
  5. newfalguy101

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    careful guy, do you really want to hangout with a chick who can outshoot you????? :neener: :D
     
  6. Harry Stone

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    If she's single tell her I'm willing to relocate.
     
  7. el44vaquero

    el44vaquero Member

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    She can shoot circles around me any day and I'll still be standing there with a goofy grin on my face.
     
  8. HighVelocity

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    What's wrong with you? Where are the pictures? :D

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  9. huntingnt

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    One word of caution

    One of the reasons I started dating my wife was that she bought her dog at a gun show.
    She is a great shot and an expert at applying the appropriate amount of "Kentucky windage" on a moving target. The only down side to this is it doesn't give you much leeway if you screw up. I could run an "S" pattern all day long and she would take me out in the straightaways. There is nothing like the threat of death to keep you on the straight and narrow.
    I say this all jokingly of course. The positive side is that she has appreciation for nice guns and doesn't mind if I pick one up every now and again.
    I can't wait to take her trap shooting this year when the weather clears up.
     
  10. el44vaquero

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    Sorry

    Here's a picture for you.

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  11. ZekeLuvs1911

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    Somehow, I am not really sure those are the pictures he wanted to see! :D
    Although there is nothing wrong with that 1911 either!
     
  12. Standing Wolf

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    I can't think of anything more feminine, frankly, than a woman who doesn't need to worry much about criminals. That's a real woman, by the gods!
     
  13. HighVelocity

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    ^^ She's HOT! :eek:
     
  14. scott5

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    Range buddy

    Harry Stone wrote: "If she's single tell her I'm willing to relocate."
    +1

    Stauble wrote:"i think thats hot
    ive been looking for a gilr like that, but im still single"
    +1

    Does she have a sister that thinks like her?:D

    newfalguy101 wrote: "careful guy, do you really want to hangout with a chick who can outshoot you????? "

    Yes, that gives you incintive to shoot better:neener:
     
  15. Screehopper

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    Sometimes it's nice to have a challenge.
     
  16. TXGunGeek

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    Marry Her!

    I met my wife at a shotgun class I was teaching. Her dad taught her to make one hole int he target and put every other round into that one. I on the other hand shoot fast and loose. now I shoot slower and more accurately adn she has sped up. I still haven't gotten her hooked on semi-autos, even though I gave her a Kimber CDP Compact as a 1st anniversary present. She got me a Dillon 650 with all the bells and whistles.
     
  17. marklbucla

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    I'm jealous...mine only likes revolvers. :(
    She doesn't share the same appreication for autos and evil black guns.



    And we're still waiting on those pics. :evil:
     
  18. scout26

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    ElV,

    Would you post that pic so that I can cross it off MY list. :evil:
     
  19. Gunpacker

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    She's kinda like Helen

    I used to shoot with a lady that I will just call Helen here. Masad Ayoob has profiled her at least 2 times in his articles on justified shootings. Helen preferred a 6 inch S&W 29. She carried it in her purse, shot matches with it, and in general never let it out of her control. She was a very attractive blonde, about 5' 10'' as I recall. One night, a night person decided to ambush her leaving work, take her to a deserted spot and then who knows. He didn't make it. While Helen had a gun to her head, she was reaching in her bag for her 29. She jerked back, the guy fired a shot and then looked in horror as she raised the 29. He grabbed the barrel, but that was a mistake, as the bullet traveled the lenght of his forearm and destroyed it to the elbow. Years later, Masad did a followup, and recounted another incident where an uninformed group was attempting to steal her car. She put her earplugs in and then yelled out her window at them. One idiot shot at her. She then did what Dirty Harry did to the bad guy at the football stadium. Masaad says Helen suffers no TSD from her shooting incidents, and still carried her 29 as of last info. I always smile when I think of her.
    Now a 45 is not quite as effective, but definitely comes close, and for sheer shock effect, the hole in the end is JUST HUGE. :D
     
  20. Ala Dan

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    As long as she aint over 80, blind-crippled or crazy GO for it~!:D Sounds
    like a woman most of us would want too be around.:uhoh: :cool:
     
  21. M-Rex

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    You sly rascal.

    ;)
     
  22. el44vaquero

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    I being a dyed in the wool highroader, I'm always willing to help a new shooter. It's only a perk she is knock-out. ;)

    One drawback thus far.............she's wanting me to meet her mom and has been hinting at me going with her to her family Christmas.

    I've never went to Christmas dinner with another range buddy. :)
     
  23. AFhack

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    It's easy - just remember, carving the turkey is a job for knives, NOT guns....


    and that bright thing at the very top of the Christmas tree is NOT a target!


    :)
     
  24. marklbucla

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    LOL! This reminds me of a Thanksgiving post about a year ago. IIRC, someone said that they carved the turkey with a bayonet attached to the AR! The funny part is that it made an anti go crying into the bedroom in front of the girlfriend!
     
  25. ralphie98

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    You didn't mention here that you invited her to join you... you did invite her didn't you? With an open door like that I'm thinking she wanted you to include her in your plans.
     
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