Everyday Carry (Picture Edition)

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  1. Boognish

    Boognish Well-Known Member

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    I obviously didn't and of course respect your right to carry but you really want to tell me there are no differences in lethality between what you carry and this?

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    Th's such a dumb argument. We should also confine free speech to written text and oral speeches.
     


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    hes from NYC its not his fault
     


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    I obviously didn't and of course respect your right to carry but you really want to tell me there are no differences in lethality between what you carry and this?
    My simple answer is no.
     


  4. Boognish

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    Casual Friday=Easy concealment of a full-size, even in a Serpa. Kershaw Cyclone fresh from refurb.

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    My simple answer is no.

    This. When it comes down to it, guns is guns.

    Just like a 7" fighting knife is no more lethal than a chunk of obsidian
     


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    Casual Friday=Easy concealment of a full-size, even in a Serpa. Kershaw Cyclone fresh from refurb.
    Yeah it's nice when you can carry a full size gun like a 1911 or a Glock 22. Tomorrow I'll be in the field so I'll be open carrying my Balckhawk 357. Oh and that's perfectly legal in my jurisdiction BTW.
     


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    More pics less talking.
     


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    Now I hate this thread.
     


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    , but I don't think we are going to be fine with all teens being forced to go to the military.

    it would be the best thing that could happen to the US
     


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    YoungAmerican Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Wallet is Dunhill, pen is Montblanc, watch is by Junghans, sunglasses are Persol, pocket knife is Mercer. The bear's name is Little Bear.
     


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    Lee, specs on the wrench please.
     


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    Wait...I get it now. By busting out a desert eagle, a Rambo-ass knife and a five-pound bag of jerky I can finally put an end to all those "man purse" comments...sweet.

    (In all seriousness, my grandfather was also a responsible, concealed-weapon-permit-holding, NRA-loving gun enthusiast...that is, until my uncle broke into his gun cabinet, removed the trigger lock from a 9mm and killed himself. In one day, my grandfather's lifelong stance on gun rights changed, as he realized that the theories he so passionately preached don't always work out in practice.)
     


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    the theories he so passionately preached don't always work out in practice.)

    What theories were those? That guns don't allow people to commit suicide the way razors, ropes, cliffs, and pills do?
     


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