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DecepticonDon
08-05-09, 07:07
http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c286/fliboy482/HONK-IF-YOU27VE-NEVER-SEEN-A-GUN.jpg

http://www.wearagun.com/shirtpages/HONK-IF-YOUVE-NEVER-SEEN-A-GUN-FIRED-FROM-A-MOTORCYCLE-T-SHIRT.html

415TRIUMPH
08-05-09, 08:08
meep meep

doublen675
08-05-09, 08:08
I want one :thumbup:

Budo
08-05-09, 12:52
So in order for people to see it you have to squid... and even then when you start speeding up the shirt is going to be flapping around and probably riding up your back.

Not impressed... :P

wacotangofoxtrot
08-05-09, 18:32
I'm getting one:thumbup:

No one will ever see me wearing it when I'm riding, but it's too good of a shirt to pass up on:nod:

Now I just need a tank mount holster...

tripletrash
08-05-09, 19:08
nice gun its calld a tanfolio witness.

DecepticonDon
08-05-09, 21:53
nice gun its calld a tanfolio witness.


Close, but no cigar.
Baby Desert Eagle(same gun internally, just different cosmetically)

I've got a compact in .40
It's my carry piece.

wacotangofoxtrot
08-05-09, 22:22
I was wondering what that was, I thought maybe an H&K, but then I looked at them more closely and realized it wasn't. How do you like the (mini) desert eagle?

DecepticonDon
08-05-09, 22:37
I was wondering what that was, I thought maybe an H&K, but then I looked at them more closely and realized it wasn't. How do you like the (mini) desert eagle?

Fits the hand well, very well actually.
It's heavy. I don't mind, the weight is reassuring:nod:
Shoots fine.

Buddy has a 9mm Baby Eagle and the Big .50 also.:bowdown:
Now that thing is fun!!

wacotangofoxtrot
08-06-09, 00:28
Buddy has a 9mm Baby Eagle and the Big .50 also.:bowdown:
Now that thing is fun!!

I've never shot the .50, I don't know anyone who has one, and it's not something that I would ever buy (unless I stumbled on a shitload of money):whistle:

I prefer .45 ACP and model 1911's specifically. It's amazing in the last 100 years no one has come up with anything significantly better. You can't match the feel of a well tuned single action.

Cloud
08-06-09, 01:02
I usually carry my .40 on while riding, and the .45 when I don't.

.40sc
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10383&stc=1&d=1249534824

.45c
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10384&stc=1&d=1249534847

I love my carbon tactical serpa holster.
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10385&stc=1&d=1249534911

My .45 in Home Defense Mode. :laugh:
http://www.triumph675.net/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10386&stc=1&d=1249534970

doublen675
08-06-09, 07:12
Now I just need a tank mount holster...

Tankbag... I carry this:
Glock 36
http://www.condron.com/pics/glock/g36/g36_6043.jpg

DecepticonDon
08-06-09, 07:31
I prefer .45 ACP and model 1911's specifically. It's amazing in the last 100 years no one has come up with anything significantly better. You can't match the feel of a well tuned single action.

Amen!
I own two 1911's, one of them suppressed. I like shooting quietly:nod: Surprisingly, it balances the weapon quite well, the extra weight keeping muzzle flip to a minimum.

Here's a previous post with a pic of the Baby Eagle and the Operator.

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GraphiteTriple
08-06-09, 14:58
Close, but no cigar.
Baby Desert Eagle(same gun internally, just different cosmetically)

I've got a compact in .40
It's my carry piece.
and they made witness's in 10mm :drool:

think about this for a sec tho, never wear a small of back holster riding....imagine falling on it lmao

GraphiteTriple
08-06-09, 15:00
that said, the big eagle is a damned engineering masterpiece, I had a .50 for a bit, it was entirely too expensive to shoot, but damn what an accurate gun

DecepticonDon
08-07-09, 15:34
that said, the big eagle is a damned engineering masterpiece, I had a .50 for a bit, it was entirely too expensive to shoot, but damn what an accurate gun


I hear ya, that thing eats $$$.:laugh:

Reminds me of


Marlboro (http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0000467/): You know, that gun costs about two dollars every time you fire it. That's two bucks a bullet.
Harley Davidson (http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0000620/): Well how many'd I hit?
Marlboro (http://us.imdb.com/name/nm0000467/): You spent twelve dollars and didn't hit a goddamn thing. I nailed one and it cost about four and a quarter.


:rofl2:

wacotangofoxtrot
08-08-09, 13:39
This is my baby, don't carry her right now since I don't really feel the need. Plus the full size 1911's are a little big for easy carry. I may have to get a Kimber Pro or Ultra carry someday soon...:whistle:

http://i954.photobucket.com/albums/ae29/fwacotangofoxtrot/IMG_0101.jpg?t=1249752778

whirlybird
08-08-09, 17:45
Do all you guys have concealed carry permits or something? How do you even go about getting one? I always thought you had to have a really good reason to obtain one.



I'd like to carry when I go to shady places, but don't really feel the need to do it every day. I'm looking into getting a Walther PPK:



http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v161/whirlybird/walther_ppk_ud.jpg




Nice and small, easy to shoot, the girl can handle it very well, it reminds me of a .22 pistol I had as a kid, and come on... James Bond! Haha (that wasn't really factored into my decision)

Budo
08-08-09, 17:59
My roommate picked up a Walther P22 to get into shooting and what not. The gun is really easy to shoot, and ammo is dirt cheap making practice affordable.

To top it off I think it looks cool as hell... almost like a toy gun from the future :P

http://www.impactguns.com/store/media/walther_p22_3.4.jpg

Oh, and it's pretty tiny... so very easily concealable.

fabtaco05
08-08-09, 18:14
Man I am glad to see there are a bunch of gun tote'n fools on here :thumbup: :laugh: I have a Sig Sauer Homeland Security edition in .40 Cal that I carry when I feel the need to and then a Kimber Raptor II in .45 Cal that I LOVE but don't usually carry... and a few others just laying around the house because I can :cool:

whirlybird
08-08-09, 18:44
Budo, my mom has that gun. It is a lot of fun to shoot. We ran into some problems with it jamming using cheap ammo though. It's been a while since then and I don't remember what the specific cause of it was, but I do remember that we couldn't buy cheap stuff to shoot

Cloud
08-08-09, 23:23
My roommate picked up a Walther P22 to get into shooting and what not. The gun is really easy to shoot, and ammo is dirt cheap making practice affordable.

To top it off I think it looks cool as hell... almost like a toy gun from the future :P

http://www.impactguns.com/store/media/walther_p22_3.4.jpg

Oh, and it's pretty tiny... so very easily concealable.


Your review is spot on. My friend has this gun and it has basically no recoil. I'm going to get one for the wifey once she turns 21.

daytonain87124
08-09-09, 20:20
Budo, my mom has that gun. It is a lot of fun to shoot. We ran into some problems with it jamming using cheap ammo though. It's been a while since then and I don't remember what the specific cause of it was, but I do remember that we couldn't buy cheap stuff to shoot


yup cheap ammo tends to jam, just send a couple hundred rounds through it to smooth out the feed ramp. usally helps when using hollows. that or just hand load like me:nod: