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Thread Starter 
Noodles, that combination will be superb.

Edit: I said "will be." As in, the midnight Hober. Though outside the tie being too skinny (it is), that first combo you posted isn't bad.
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But what about the tie width and the lapel width? Tie looks too skinny in comparison to the lapels in that picture. Is it just me? 

I guess I'll just go with the combo in the picture then. 

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Did someone say they keep a gun in their bedroom?

 

 

Disclaimer: This is my sister's house, home to ret SF, and explains why we don't visit with our children.

 

Lifestyle shots! (Click to show)

 

 

 

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Nice. But I buy nothing that is Japanese made. That could be a whole thread of its own. 

Do I recall incorrectly from the car discussion earlier in this thread that you have a Maxima?
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Let's talk mens fashion for a change. LOL. 
This suit will be ready this Saturday for pick up. 
I am thinking the tie shown here is not wide enough to complement the lapels. Your thoughts on this? I think the tie width is 8 cm or 3.14 inch. I do, however, have a midnight navy grenade (Sam Hober) tie that is 3.5" and think that would be perfect. Another thing is, I am thinking white shirt, black belt, and black shoes with the midnight navy tie. Bad combo?

The new picnic attack.




Noodles: Sorry to pick on you in two consecutive quotes dude.
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This is freakishly close to what it looks like next to my night stand. I have an Aimpoint on mine instead of an ACOG though.

 

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Did someone say they keep a gun in their bedroom?

 

 

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Touche'. My wife was actually IN the Army and I can't even get her to look at my room clearing plan in case of a break in.

Perhaps her reticence is an indication of something?

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Did someone say they keep a gun in their bedroom?



Yikes.

As for the rugrats, I have dos niños.
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Do I recall incorrectly from the car discussion earlier in this thread that you have a Maxima?
The new picnic attack.




Noodles: Sorry to pick on you in two consecutive quotes dude.

Naw it's all good. My wife makes fun of me and does the same thing. Oh the Maxima...why didn't I just get the BMW...

I would've gone with a Hyundai or a Kia, if they made nice cars. :lol:

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Perhaps her reticence lack of understanding of tactical necessity is an indication of something?
 

 

I agree.

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I like these. Which would be most practical for a mostly-navy and grey suit rotation?



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I like these. Which would be most practical for a mostly-navy and grey suit rotation?


 

Are you talking about guns?

 

EDIT: I see the pic now. The green.

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I find that a compact 1911 goes best with a navy suit. Especially if in polished stainless steel. The silvery shine of the metal contrasts nicely with the darkness of the navy.

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I wouldn't call either practical, lovely though they are. That being said the green is more likely to go with both grey and navy suits, while the beige would be more likely limited to navy.
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Was also referring to the guns...

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Would the fine gentlemen of this thread care to explain what the difference(s) is/are between a regular SC and one marked as 'Traveller'? I've seen some of the latter that features more pockets than the former. Is that always the case? Anything else that differs? Can they be worn as regular SC or does the 'Traveller' label only make them appropriate for travels? Thanks, guys.
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