My eyes hurt from all the glitter. The only one I didn't cringe at was the Taurus.
Oh those poor, poor Sigs!Someone send them to CCR.
Surprised by the Ruger Mk II Competition. Not exactly something you can fit in a clutch.And yes, I'm OK knowing what a clutch is.
I kinda like the Hello Kitty P226! I'd CCW that.
Sorry, but no way in heck can I see a SIG P226 disappearing into a lady's purse. Not even Mama Raptor's Black Hole Purse (TM) featuring Time Lord Technology (Pat. Pending) could carry one of those plus all the other things ladies keep in their purses.-Raptor
EEWWWWW! That's some FUGLY Stuff! Except for the Smith with its 19 century Engraving ( which makes it look like some old .38 S+W Lemon Squeezer), I'd wouldn't wish those on Obama! Besides, how can the local PoPo determine if those are toy guns or real guns? Oh sorry, I forgot their Doctrine : "Bang! Bang! Bang! Drop the Weapon or I'll Shoot!"!
I cannot imagine anyone paying $1,200 for that jeweled NAA Mini-Revolver, much less actually carrying it. And I own one (not jeweled, closer to $200) in .22 Mag.Outside of the Taurus and the Charter Arms, I don't think any of these are for totin'.tweaker
The whole thing does present a quandary. Yes, these are exactly the cute and fluffy type of guns that the average NYT person would own if they owned guns, but since the average reader is a screaming lefty they would never own one in the first place which makes me wonder why they were made.
Since Smith's been selling factory-engraved revolvers since the middle of the 19th Century, it's good of the NYT to notice.
That Hello Kitty Sig is a trip!I snapped at photo at the Cobra booth at SHOT this year of a couple dozen brightly-colored handguns they had on display. Including metallic-hot-pink derringers. Who buys this stuff, I do wonder?
"Who buys this stuff, I do wonder?"I wrote an article on a Case for Pink. http://northwest1524.blogspot.com/2011/03/case-for-pink.htmlDislike of pink isn't a universal feeling.
Sorry! Clickable link:http://northwest1524.blogspot.com/2011/03/case-for-pink.html
It's almost like they intentionally picked the fugliest "women's" guns they could find. That Sig is hideous -- especially hideous because of the price. And who in the world would even think of spending $2K on an NAA 22?Generally, I don't like glitzy firearms. Most that I've seen are just completely overboard on the decoration (gilding, or gems, or engraving, or whatever). That said, I rather like the Sig P238 Lady. I'd carry it. Yeah, I'm a guy, but she's a damn sexy little 380.I agree on that Walther. It's about the only suitable firearm there.
Well I'm still jonesing for a SIG.But I wouldn't have either of those as a gift!pw=kulown What I'd feel like with one of those guns.
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