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Old 09-21-2007, 08:37 PM   #31
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That's why I said on the RED TJ... But chrome belongs on motorcycles, not Jeeps.
Nah, RIP, I've been meaning to talk to you about this, a proper red TJ needs a little chrome. You don't have to go hog wild and bling it all out, but that pretty redhead of yours needs a little sparkle!

Nic, don't sweat it, Jeeps are trucks, and trucks should have some chrome. Besides, it's yours, do with it as you please!

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The Sig I carry, and the hatchet by the seat is all the "Bling" I need!

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Old 09-21-2007, 08:54 PM   #33
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The Sig I carry, and the hatchet by the seat is all the "Bling" I need!
Yeah, but people start gettin all twitchy if you are flashing either of those around on a regular basis!

I thought your SIG was black? Since we have now officially jacked the thread, is your SIG a 40?
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Old 09-21-2007, 08:59 PM   #34
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i have a "chrome looking" nickel steel and a black sig p225.
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Yeah, but people start gettin all twitchy if you are flashing either of those around on a regular basis!

I thought your SIG was black? Since we have now officially jacked the thread, is your SIG a 40?
My Sig is black and yes it's a .40 but I also have a 9mm barrel and soon a .357Sig barrel too. And I guess it's more "Bang" than "Bling"
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i have a "chrome looking" nickel steel and a black sig p225.
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Old 09-21-2007, 09:12 PM   #37
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Sig 229 .40

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That stainless is pretty, but I think I prefer the bling on the Jeep, I'll take mine in black, please!
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Chrome won't get you home, but it WILL get you laid!

That's what some bikers say... Like ME!
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Help me out here RIP, which is which?
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Help me out here RIP, which is which?
I fixed the post.
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Old 09-21-2007, 09:16 PM   #42
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Chrome won't get you home, but it WILL get you laid!

That's what some bikers say... Like ME!
Speaking of bikes, didja ever get me a picture of that headlight on your bike?
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I fixed the post.
Other than what looks like a bigger mag, what is the difference between the 2 Glocks? I like the idea of a 40 for a ccw gun, big stopping power, and IIRC, all those Glocks are pretty light.
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Very cool! We have like 3 different conversations going here, and I'm not even sure any of them have to do with the original post! Is each eye a separate light, like high beam is one side, low the other, or do they work together?
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The caliber is the same, one is just A LOT smaller. The Sub Compact holds 10rnds(1 in the chamber) The full size carries 16rnds(1 in the chamber)

My Sig carries 13! Lucky 13 for me, bad for them...
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The low beams are in the eyes, and the high beam is in the mouth. I wired it so all three come on when the high beam is activated.
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i´d like to buy a heckler&koch USP compact .45.
(on thepic is thesame with .40)



but at the moment i need the money to modify my TJ.

perhaps i have enough money for that when i sold my bmw alpina cabriolet.

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I'm not a huge fan of H&K but they are excellent weapons. I just don't like the way they feel in my hand is all. I had the option of the lift or the Remington 700 .308 I wanted. You know what I chose.
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I'm not a huge fan of H&K but they are excellent weapons. I just don't like the way they feel in my hand is all.
a friend is a policaman in a team you call "s.w.a.t".
after i used his H&K MP5N, H&K G36C and H&K MSG90 i want to have an own H&K. full-automatic weapons aren´t allowed here for normal people, that´s why i have to buy a H&K pistol.
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The MP5 is a nice weapon! But it fires 9mm I believe and I don't like 9mm
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The caliber is the same, one is just A LOT smaller. The Sub Compact holds 10rnds(1 in the chamber) The full size carries 16rnds(1 in the chamber)

My Sig carries 13! Lucky 13 for me, bad for them...
If you like the SIG better, why do you have 2 Glocks, out of curiosity?
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9 mm isn´t too small if yopu have the right man-stopping bullets.
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I purchased the large one as my duty weapon for PD, and the small one as a back-up. But I broke my ankle in the academy so I'm waiting to go back.
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9 mm isn´t too small if yopu have the right man-stopping bullets.
True, but the same bullet in .40 is better. And the .357Sig is like a 9mm on steroids.
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next two guns Im getting when the gunshow rolls around sometime in november is the Colt M4, and the Glock 27.
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Those headlights look pretty great, and chrome looks good on red and black (more so on black).

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next two guns Im getting when the gunshow rolls around sometime in november is the Colt M4, and the Glock 27.
I was always under the impression that the Bushmaster M4 was smoother. The G27 is really nice, and it doesn't have a lot of recoil like you might expect. My Fiance LOVES to shoot the 27.
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I was always under the impression that the Bushmaster M4 was smoother. The G27 is really nice, and it doesn't have a lot of recoil like you might expect. My Fiance LOVES to shoot the 27.
I've always heard that bushmaster isn't the way to go I've heard alot of people buy them but are always dissapointed in their performance. but everone that I've talked to say that the colt M4 and AR are the way to go. IDK though I guess I just have a thing for colt they have been around longer than most others and have a great rep. I've been wanting to get a G27 but every time I go to get one I find something else to spend the money on. I think that is gonna be the very next thing I get though because I had an inmate come up to me the other day in the store. thought I was gonna have to throw down with him. (not a good feeling, especially when he weighs 285 and is about 6'4")

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