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What goes with a CKS Suit?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by twoblink, Oct 21, 2005.

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  1. twoblink

    twoblink Member

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    At my wedding, I didn't wear a Tux, I wore a Chang Kai Shek Suit. (Yes people, you all know what it is, you just didn't know what it was called. You see Jet Li wearing it.)

    So I was wondering.. What gun would go with this? (and please don't say Beretta!!)

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  2. Oleg Volk

    Oleg Volk Moderator Emeritus

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    Steyr M40...which you conveniently already own.
     
  3. Thumper

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    Two Berettas.

    Seriously...you need a broomhandle mauser in a shoulder rig.
     
  4. Dr.Rob

    Dr.Rob Moderator Staff Member

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    Nothing says "Bond villain" like a Mao jacket and a luger.

    Wear skin tight black leather gloves to accentuate.
     
  5. ZenMasterJG

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    No idea, but thats a fantasic suit... can i ask where ya got it?
    I might need to add one to the collection.... :)
     
  6. nomadboi

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    +1 for the Steyr, but that's just because I'm biased... and because it'll hide just fine under that jacket.
     
  7. middy

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    Colt SAA... and a cowboy hat. That'll keep 'em guessing.
     
  8. GunnySkox

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    The very first gun that came to me on seeing that (very slick-looking, by the by) suit was "Baby Eagle". Dunno why, exactly, but it just seemed to fit.

    ~GnSx
     
  9. Werewolf

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    Since you're in Taiwan I'd suggest something highly concealable that does not print like maybe a Rohrbaugh or Kahr of some kind.

    Might oughta consider a belly pack or Thunderwear.

    Maybe a J Frame S&W in an ankle holster?

    :evil:
     
  10. RavenVT100

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    Don't forget to practice your gun kata.
     
  11. exoduster18

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    Like the suit....

    I like the suit...but the way you're staring out into space is kind of creepy. Like those android things on IRobot (I know, it was a crappy movie)......Anyhow, I would recommend a Walther P-99 Compact but I'm partial to Walthers
     
  12. kjeff50cal

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    Tokarev comes to mind.:D

    kjeff50cal
     
  13. Master Blaster

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    A chinese Makarov with the red star grips.

    An AK-47 or a chrome plated SKS
     
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    I was looking for affirmation by God... :neener:

    Custom Made in Hong Kong. 1600HKD which is ($206)

    The Tailor tried to rip me off, because he tried to switch the material on me when I wasn't looking, to a cheaper one.

    I think it was Tamara who was laughing at me about Gun Kata..?? What was funny was, I was suppose to represent the Western/American Culture, and my wife was suppose to represent the Eastern/Chinese culture. She wore a white wedding gown, and I wore a CKS suit. I like eating rice, she likes McDonalds.. So strange..
     
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    +1 on the AK-47...not exactly concealable...but somehow distinctly SE Asia looking.

    Congratulations on the wedding, good luck!
     
  17. Strings

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    Anyone interested in a similar suit, I can probably arrange it. Can't quote price right off the top of my head, but dad has tailor friends in Thailand (and he sees 'em almost every day). I think I paid $150-200 for my three piece mandarin collar...

    And don't make fun of how he's starin': at a guess, that was his wedding day, so his brain was probably kinda vacant (I know mine was on "the day")

    Twoblink: didn't get to tell ya before, but congrats!
     
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    The reality of "the stare" was that, I was looking for them to cue me to start walking in. I'm in the back of the church, so I can't really hear the music inside of the church..

    The suit rocks. I got the most comments for it.
     
  19. beaucoup ammo

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    TwoBlink

    Went to my son's wedding last May in Jakarta..he and his wife both live in Bahrain...her Mom's in Indonisia.

    Saw some incredible suits there..but your's is the coolest by far! I'd suggest a KAHR P9..great little 9mm..7 in the clip..EASILY concealable..very thin. Cotton velcro "Kangaroo" holster under the arm..never see it!

    Congrats And Take Care
     
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    You say no Beretta because deep down inside, you know its the right choice. :neener:

    Kharn
     
  21. Biker

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    Two .45 LC Derringers worn in custom 'pop into your hand' sharkskin wrist holsters.
    Biker
     
  22. Fly320s

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    He looks scared. :neener:

    High quality suit needs a high quality weapon: HK MP5. :D
     
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    Stainless PPK/S ;)
     
  25. GunnySkox

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    C'mon, now. I was just trying (in a circumlocutious way..) to imply that Twoblink was as slick in that suit as Spike Spiegel is on a regular basis. I mean, you can't look twice at Twoblink without thinking that, if need be, he could kick you in the face and simultaneously deliver an awesome one-liner, especially in that suit.

    ~GnSx
    :D
    "This brownie might kill you!" ~Strong Bad, SBEmail "Bottom 10"
     
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