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Since I have seen some very nice pistols here lately, lets see those Invicta watches photos that include some sort of weapon. Remember that is some professions the pen is a very deadly weapon.
 

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"God crated man, Samual Colt made us equal!"

Although this is not a Colt to go with my caption, it is a 45 ACP to go with my Invicta!

@ Triton, Larry, is that an older model S&W? It sure appears to be by the firing pin being on the hammer.

 

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Although this is not a Colt to go with my caption, it is a 45 ACP to go with my Invicta!

@ Triton, Larry, is that an older model S&W? It sure appears to be by the firing pin being on the hammer.

You're correct Charlie,I've had the 38 for about 15 years.


 

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It's just like me, to bring a knife to a gun fight.
That's not a knife. This is a knife.:eek:



Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya.:mad:
You killed my father. Prepare to die.
 

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horochron, that is a very nice watch but for a minute there I thought the Lalo was starting to do Nicolet homages.:D
 

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I have been told that was not scripted by ad libbed by the actors.

That's true. Harrison Ford had diarrhea that day and had no patience for doing the scene as scripted, so he ad libbed that bit and it must be one of the most memorable scenes in movie history.

It's little things like that that prove the talent of an actor.
 

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horochron, that is a very nice watch but for a minute there I thought the Lalo was starting to do Nicolet homages.:D

:lol: :lol: :lol:

We wouldn't put it past him, now would we?

Let me try again to see it I can get this assignment right.
 

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This is my oldest Invicta (a Rotomatic) and oldest (only) hand gun.
The Smith & Wesson Model 2 Army is a 32 cal. It was manufactured in January, 1863, according to S&W company records verified by their historian.


 
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