Wednesday, October 31, 2007

uh-oh.......

Taurus has a pink semi-automatic 9mm. I think I need a second job.



Available only through Gander Mountain.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've fired one of those; a friend of mine down in Oklahoma has one (although hers is black). I found it way too small for my hands, and only adequately accurate, although the recoil was milder than I'd expected from a small 9mm. Then again, I mostly shoot twelve-gauges, so my perceptions might be a little distorted here.

It was nice and compact, though, and I'm sure it would do quite nicely as a carry gun.

-Fearsclave.

Anonymous said...

Q) What kind of guy would want a pink gun?

A) A guy who doesn't want anyone to steal his gun!

falnfenix said...

yknow, while i'm enamored with the idea of a pink gun, i don't know if i like the Pepto shade they're using on those.

i wish i could get a gun painted/anodized/whatever. i want a revolver in STi pink: http://i16.tinypic.com/63sifc3.jpg

Mikew07 said...

Actually I think I remember seeing a place somewhere that'll refinish your gun in whatever color you'd like.

If I can find the site I'll send you the link.

DirtCrashr said...

You can get all kinds of colors for painting guns with a DuraCoat finish from Lauer, from "Lime Green" to "Wild Yellow" to "Burgundy" Mesquite" and even "Goddess Purple" - and that's just the standard colors, there's Electric Colors too!
Anybody with an airbrush and a modicum of patience can do it - spray it on and and wait overnight, or stick 'em in the EZ-Bake oven to speed it up.

falnfenix said...

dirtcrashr - thanks a mil for the link! i'd heard from a few places that DuraCoat was meant for plastics/woods, but if it's metalsafe then that's my option. awesome!

phlegmfatale said...

...or one can always bedazzle the weapon of her choosing. I'm just saying...

Still, these are sweet. At hundreds of bucks a pop, this could be a worse habit for me than my love of exotic animal fiber yarns. Someone hold me back.

Breda said...

fatale - not to mention the shoes. ;)

Anonymous said...

I've been running into pink gun pix lately so here is a pink-camo-Glock for your consideration: www.thegunzone.com/glock/pink_glock2.html.
Because the average goblin is not too bright, he may think you're pointing a toy at him. More aim time for the shooter.

KD5NRH said...

I knew a cop who had his cuffs either powdercoated, DuraCoated or GunKoted (never checked which) in Barbie Pink for two reasons:
1. No tough guy wants to draw attention
to himself while wearing pink handcuffs.
2. He was the only cop in his department
that managed to hang on to a set of
Peerless cuffs for his entire career.