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Chicks with Guns

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

 

 

 

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Lindsay McCrum

This photograph of Alexandra Knight with her son, Truett, appears in the book “Chicks with Guns.” “I’m so eager to teach my boys everything I know,” the Houston mom writes in the book. “Knowing that one day they will be teaching their boys or girls the same thing with the same gun makes me smile.”

 

 

 

‘Chicks with Guns’: Some 15 million US women pack heat

Photographer Lindsay McCrum explores unexpected aspects of gun ownership in new book

 

Pop quiz: Name one accessory that grandmothers, moms, girls, wealthy socialites, middle-class females and low-income women might be likely to own — and cherish — all across America.

 

If you answered “a gun,” you’d be correct.

 

Based on polling research and gun-sale statistics, an estimated 15 million to 20 million women in the United States own their own firearms. Dozens of those heat-packing women are documented in “Chicks with Guns,” a new book by photographer Lindsay McCrum that is sure to challenge almost anyone’s assumptions about gun ownership.

 

“Their numbers are really high but their profile is actually really low,” said McCrum, who spent three and a half years capturing artistic and arresting portraits of women with their weapons of choice.

 

“I was so surprised by the variety and breadth and diversity of these women,” McCrum said. “There are so many stereotypes about guns, mostly derived from popular culture, but the reality is so much more complex and varied than you can imagine.”

Image: "Chicks with Guns" book cover

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Greta, the young woman pictured on the cover of "Chicks with Guns," received her first gun as an infant and completed a hunter’s safety course to earn her lifetime hunting license before her 10th birthday.

 

“Chicks with Guns” reveals just how true that is. The book features nearly 80 portraits and captions in which women describe the role of guns in their lives in their own words. It quickly becomes apparent that rich women, poor women, young women, old women, athletic women, sedentary women and a fair number of confident girls possess guns for reasons that are peculiarly their own.

 

 

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Greta, the young woman pictured on the cover of "Chicks with Guns," received her first gun as an infant and completed a hunter’s safety course to earn her lifetime hunting license before her 10th birthday.

 

“I learned two main lessons while working on this book,” said McCrum, who divides her time between New York City and California when she isn’t traveling for work. “One is that on the subject of guns, nobody is neutral. And the other is that when you get outside of the blue-state cities, everybody has a gun.”

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Some women in the book work in law enforcement. Some work on ranches. Some relish the thrill of hunting birds or big game. Some are accomplished competition shooters. Some are fiercely concerned about protection and self-defense. Some have guns that have been passed down in their families for generations and have become cherished heirlooms.

 

Some shoot because the activity is a natural outgrowth of their relationships with their fathers, husbands or brothers. Some chuckle because they’re much better shots than the men in their lives. And some delight over bringing specific guns home because the weapons make them swoon.

 

“I own a gold .50-cal Desert Eagle with tiger stripes, one of the largest, most powerful pistols out there,” a Minnesota resident named Theresa writes in her caption in the book. “Any girl would understand when I explain it was something I saw and HAD TO HAVE. Some women experience that feeling with clothes, some with jewelry. For me it was with a large firearm.”

 

In one memorable photograph in “Chicks with Guns,” Alexandra Knight, 38, of Houston, Texas, is pictured with a gun in one hand and her naked baby boy in the other.

Slideshow: Photos of women with guns explode stereotypes (on this page)

 

“As much as I have an affinity for the beauty of guns, it’s not so much about that with me, and the act of hunting I could really care less about,” Knight said in an interview. “For me it’s the camaraderie and the time spent around the idea of hunting and guns that I love. It’s about being with my children and being with my father and being with people I love in beautiful parts of the country. ... It opens up beautiful dialogue about the respect of guns and how that translates to respect of nature and respect of other humans. Ironically, it brings up a lot of things I’m passionate about.”

 

 

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Knight said she knows her portrait with her then-9-month-old son Truett has the potential to generate strong reactions from the people who see it — but she had strong reasons for wanting it to look just so. The gun she’s carrying used to be her grandfather’s, and her father taught her how to use it. She’s also wearing her father’s belt buckle in the photograph.

 

“It was all about family and tradition,” Knight said. “Here it was the gun that was passed on to me, and I’m holding in my right hand what I’m going to pass on to my son. It was kind of that circle of life and tradition and everything else.”

 

Gun safety in the home

It stands to reason that a book about women and guns would touch on the issue of gun safety in the home — particularly in households with young children. “Chicks with Guns” stays neutral on this and other highly charged subjects and allows women to share their feelings and thoughts without judgment.

 

Photographer reveals kids' kingdoms: Their bedrooms

 

One mother named Elena who lives in Roseburg, Ore., explains how her job as a 911 dispatcher led her to overcome the discomfort she felt about owning a gun.

 

“Dealing with the calls that we field on a daily basis made me really aware of what people are capable of doing,” Elena writes. “I’m a single mom and I’ve got two kids, so I feel like if I’m ever put in a situation where I need to protect them, I’d prefer to have a gun.

 

“I had to sit my kids down and talk to them. Kids are kids and they can get into things like that. They are 7 and 8, so I wanted to take them shooting so they could see how powerful guns are. It scared them at first — the loud bang and seeing the watermelon explode like it did — but they realized how important it was that you never, ever play with guns.”

Image: Anita, a police officer pictured with a gun in the book "Chicks with Guns"

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Anita, a police officer pictured in "Chicks with Guns," still remembers feeling an overpowering reverence for life when undergoing firearms training for her job. "I can never take a bullet back," she thought to herself at the time.

 

 

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Addicted to adventure

 

Lynn

Houston, Texas

Sako .308 bolt-action rifle with scope

 

“I think my philosophy of hunting has always been about the adventure itself. During the years we’ve been married, my husband Oscar and I have been on some amazing hunts. At the North Pole we stayed in an ice house built by our guides, ice brick by ice brick, before our very eyes. ... We’ve hunted from our log cabins in Colorado and Utah, and we’ve also hunted in Georgia and of course Texas. Once in 1982 on an African safari I tracked a lion for 10 and a half hours. It was exhilarating! I love the juxtaposition of stalking game one day and then dressing for a glamorous evening the next.

 

Meanwhile, Liz, another woman featured in the book, is a former police detective who has handled cases of sexual assault, domestic violence and homicide. She, too, has been deeply affected by the inhumanity she’s witnessed, but she has a different take on guns in the home if children are present.

 

“Since I’ve been in law enforcement, I’ve always had a gun in my nightstand that I keep loaded, no safety on, ready to go, one in the chamber, because that’s the only way I feel it’s effective,” the San Jose, Calif., resident writes in the book. “If I had kids it would be a different story. I would never, under any circumstances, have a loaded gun in the house if there were children there. That is extremely unsafe. I can’t think of a worse thing to do.”

 

 

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My son Clay ... has a bear rug hanging in his room from a hunt when he was 2," a Montana resident named Jen writes. "He was with me when we spotted the bear. I took it in one shot and I waddled down the mountain with my gun on my shoulder and him on my hip."

 

So ‘comfortable with those firearms’

McCrum said almost every woman she encountered while working on this project talked passionately about gun safety. Many also were completely conversant on the gun laws in their states. McCrum, who doesn’t own a gun herself, was struck by the ease and confidence so many women had with their weapons after years of training with a huge emphasis on safety.

Image: Jen, a woman pictured with a gun in the book "Chicks with Guns"

Lindsay McCrum

"My son Clay ... has a bear rug hanging in his room from a hunt when he was 2," a Montana resident named Jen writes. "He was with me when we spotted the bear. I took it in one shot and I waddled down the mountain with my gun on my shoulder and him on my hip."

 

Stephen L. Meagher, a former federal prosecutor who wrote the introductory essay for “Chicks with Guns,” made a similar observation about the women in the book.

 

“I found the looks on the faces of the women themselves to be striking,” Meagher said in an interview. “You just see how comfortable they are with those firearms. There are hundreds if not thousands of books about the political side of gun ownership in America, but I have never seen one that put together the artistic side and the personal side of gun ownership and women like this.”

 

At 83, subject of 'American Girl in Italy' photo speaks out

 

McCrum — who didn’t want to reveal her age but described herself as “old enough to dislike overhead lighting” — was a painter for most of her life before 2003, when she switched exclusively to portrait photography. She still fondly remembers an art history teacher she had at age 16 who taught her that art should be a reflection of its time and should push people to think about the world around them in new and different ways.

 

“[Gun ownership] is a really serious and complex issue, and it deserves serious consideration,” McCrum said. “It deserves far more than sound bites geared toward people’s fear and hate. This project is not about politics or policy. I’m not interested in glorifying anyone, nor am I interested in vilifying anyone. I was just really curious.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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this one may be stalking Snaggy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Come on Boo..err E/M, you just had to know you were lobbing the ball right over the plate.....

 

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Yeah, chicks with guns tend to be pretty neat people.

 

 

Now, for those who wax lyrical about how terrible guns are and then go out and BUY one, here's a web page for that mindset.

 

Holy crapoly, there really is a forum for everybody...... :P

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Well done, Hobot. And we're still six hours away from Friday....

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Wait for it...

 

 

Well done, Hobot. And we're still six hours away from Friday....

 

Hell, it's Friday here!

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Wait for it...

 

 

Well done, Hobot. And we're still six hours away from Friday....

 

Hell, it's Friday here!

 

Well done, A, I f'ng love The Heather. Five head or not... :P ......

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Well done, Hobot. And we're still six hours away from Friday....

 

 

Thanks, but how about a thread retitle?

 

Chicks Guns?

 

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At our club there is a significant group called "Girls with Guns". There is also a rather large group of guys (spouses and SO’s) who also engage in this form of recreation. I think it's been one of the best successes at the club that has not been driven by the club but has simply formed on its own.

 

Many of us have come back from a day of shooting with significant bruises but have also had a great time with really good friends. On my last outing I fired 40 12ga. shots from an old style side by side with no padding, 6shots from a carbon fiber Binelli 20ga auto and 4r shots from a 28ga over and under. I loved the side by side but I don’t think my shoulder and upper arm can take it. The 20 ga B was like silk and the 28 ga was like shooting a BB gun. In the end, the clays did not care which one hit them. They all shredded in the end. I guess the same would be true with a bird. Doesn’t really care what ga. it is, results are the same.

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At our club there is a significant group called "Girls with Guns". There is also a rather large group of guys (spouses and SO’s) who also engage in this form of recreation. I think it's been one of the best successes at the club that has not been driven by the club but has simply formed on its own.

 

Many of us have come back from a day of shooting with significant bruises but have also had a great time with really good friends. On my last outing I fired 40 12ga. shots from an old style side by side with no padding, 6shots from a carbon fiber Binelli 20ga auto and 4r shots from a 28ga over and under. I loved the side by side but I don’t think my shoulder and upper arm can take it. The 20 ga B was like silk and the 28 ga was like shooting a BB gun. In the end, the clays did not care which one hit them. They all shredded in the end. I guess the same would be true with a bird. Doesn’t really care what ga. it is, results are the same.

 

You need to try this little gurl that I just finished screwing with----1961 Sears/Hi Standard 12 gauge, that I cut down, removed the old rusted blueing and polished up au natural. Never shot a clay pigeon in my life before, but I nailed the first five in a row with this thing...... :P

 

 

 

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(oh, don't bother asking if it hurts. Cuz it does :D )

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The original chick with guns... all the others are shamaeuters..

 

 

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Annie Oakley (August 13, 1860 – November 3, 1926), born Phoebe Ann Mosey,[1][2][3] was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter. Oakley's amazing talent[4] and timely rise to fame[5] led to a starring role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, which propelled her to become the first American female superstar.

 

Oakley's most famous trick is perhaps being able to repeatedly split a playing card, edge-on, and put several more holes in it before it could touch the ground, while using a .22 caliber rifle, at 90 feet

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

 

 

 

 

Because we are not a gun tote'n society. (thank God)

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Wait for it...

 

 

 

Anyone count how many times she "swept" the camera operator?

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The original chick with guns... all the others are shamaeuters..

 

 

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Annie Oakley (August 13, 1860 – November 3, 1926), born Phoebe Ann Mosey,[1][2][3] was an American sharpshooter and exhibition shooter. Oakley's amazing talent[4] and timely rise to fame[5] led to a starring role in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, which propelled her to become the first American female superstar.

 

Oakley's most famous trick is perhaps being able to repeatedly split a playing card, edge-on, and put several more holes in it before it could touch the ground, while using a .22 caliber rifle, at 90 feet

 

Right on. "Little sure shot."

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

Plenty of Israelis though...

 

Women in the Israeli Defense Forces are female soldiers who serve in the Israel Defense Forces. Israel is the only country in the world with a mandatory military service requirement for women. Women have taken part in Israel's military before and since the founding of the state in 1948, with women currently comprising 34% of all IDF soldiers, fulfilling various roles within the Ground, Navy and Air Forces. The 2000 Equality amendment to the Military Service law states that "The right of women to serve in any role in the IDF is equal to the right of men. Currently, 88% of all roles in the IDF are open to female candidates, while women can be found in 69% of all positions.

 

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At our club there is a significant group called "Girls with Guns". There is also a rather large group of guys (spouses and SO's) who also engage in this form of recreation. I think it's been one of the best successes at the club that has not been driven by the club but has simply formed on its own.

 

Many of us have come back from a day of shooting with significant bruises but have also had a great time with really good friends. On my last outing I fired 40 12ga. shots from an old style side by side with no padding, 6shots from a carbon fiber Binelli 20ga auto and 4r shots from a 28ga over and under. I loved the side by side but I don't think my shoulder and upper arm can take it. The 20 ga B was like silk and the 28 ga was like shooting a BB gun. In the end, the clays did not care which one hit them. They all shredded in the end. I guess the same would be true with a bird. Doesn't really care what ga. it is, results are the same.

 

You need to try this little gurl that I just finished screwing with----1961 Sears/Hi Standard 12 gauge, that I cut down, removed the old rusted blueing and polished up au natural. Never shot a clay pigeon in my life before, but I nailed the first five in a row with this thing...... :P

 

 

 

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(oh, don't bother asking if it hurts. Cuz it does :D )

 

12 gauge with a bolt action? Don't see that very often. Thats a beauty Rico.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh, and chicks with guns are f'in HOT. Still tryin to get my wife to shoot my shotgun......she wants no part of it:lol:

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This friend of my daughter's. They are both 14, I coached the softball team they are on for several years so I know this girl pretty well, a country girl for sure. She is trying to show me a picture on her phone of the dress she is going to wear to homecoming. As she is going through the pictures she is narrating. This is one of my sister, this is my boyfriend, this is me and my first deer from last fall, and here is the dress I am wearing to homecoming.

 

it was as cute as a proud hunter can possibly be.

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wonder what the red marked one's are for ( well they're all for killing)... or did she get polish on them?

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wonder what the red marked one's are for ( well they're all for killing)... or did she get polish on them?

 

Tracer rounds

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

 

 

 

 

Because we are not a gun tote'n society. (thank God)

 

Ned may disagree with ya there...

 

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And the ladies are not forgotten down in Oz....

 

 

 

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

 

 

My mom was pretty good with a gun, not so hot with cosmetics ;)

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And so is my boss (a natural, actually)

 

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

 

 

My mom was pretty good with a gun, not so hot with cosmetics ;)

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And so is my boss (a natural, actually)

 

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I can't be the only one here waiting for a pic of you dressed in camo nylons, a matching garter, a hugemongous long sleeve white men's dress shirt and a walnut stocked 30-06. Indulge us, would you please?.... :P

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The dress shirt doesn't seem to go with the rest of the outfit you're asking for--more for the "NautiGirl as commercial pilot" pics that will never, ever be posted anywhere, thank you very much.

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The dress shirt doesn't seem to go with the rest of the outfit you're asking for--more for the "NautiGirl as commercial pilot" pics that will never, ever be posted anywhere, thank you very much.

 

Hey now, this is my fantasy, not yours...... :lol:

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Dont ask.. dont tell... but take lots of pics

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Dont ask.. dont tell... but take lots of pics

 

 

Just remember, what happens in the Israeli Army......stays on Youtube....

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I think the one on the left is asking for a promotion

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Two birds in the hand worth how many in the bush?

 

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X-mostalent, Sir. Howzya's been?....

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Two birds in the hand worth how many in the bush?

 

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Hmmmm, 15 million of them? Interesting. And rather stimulatingly erotic. Yet sadly, there's no Brit-chicks, no Ozzie-chicks, no Canuckian-chicks here. Wonder why that is?.... :P

 

 

 

My mom was pretty good with a gun, not so hot with cosmetics ;)

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And so is my boss (a natural, actually)

 

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Diemaco C7...

Elcan scope (that's easily about a grand if you can find them)

Cadpat cammies.

 

Canadian chicks rock....

 

So much so that I upped and married one.

 

Now you've done it.

 

Chicks in Uniform thread about to start.

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some of the deadliest women on the Eastern front in ww2.

 

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what the well dressed girls in Israel are wearing.

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for our Ozzie friends.

 

 

 

:P.......

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then again we have this loser.

Think you will find you're the bad loser. She was hanging with the winning side.

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we disagree. Strongly.

 

Purely as a technical matter, the side she was hanging with did in fact win.

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No chicks with guns thread is complete without this one.

 

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I'm embarrassed she's from Texas.

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Cool video and all. Every 40 or 50 rounds on full auto someone actually hit something.

 

Shootin' skills aside, any one of them are welcome to polish my barrel and wax my stock.

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for our Ozzie friends.

 

Aussie. AUSSIE. Fark.

 

Not Ozzie unless you are channeling the ex-frontman of Black Sabbath.

 

Bloody.

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you gotta say it with a New Yawk accent. Disgusting I know.

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No chicks with guns thread is complete without this one.

 

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I'm embarrassed she's from Texas.

 

Why -- chicken wing?

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you gotta say it with a New Yawk accent. Disgusting I know.

 

I'm wiff u bro...at least spell it right eh.

 

Onya.

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Why -- chicken wing?

 

 

She has the clip in backwards, and I doubt she was able to chamber a round.

 

IOW: That gun she is holding is NOT ready to fire...

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can a clip go in backwards? I would have thought that wouldn't be possible, but yeah, it sure looks that way.

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Why is it so difficult?

 

We can spell Seppo fine?

 

Bee-ute-ee! :lol:

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Heaven jiggling in the sunshine, noice!

 

 

They rotate counter-clockwise. Must be Southern hemisphere heaven.

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Heaven jiggling in the sunshine, noice!

 

 

They rotate counter-clockwise. Must be Southern hemisphere heaven.

 

That skanky unit is grade-A "Merican fella.

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Heaven jiggling in the sunshine, noice!

 

 

They rotate counter-clockwise. Must be Southern hemisphere heaven.

 

That skanky unit is grade-A "Merican fella.

 

 

Hey Pal, I'll have you know that we patented the skank.....

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Heaven jiggling in the sunshine, noice!

 

 

They rotate counter-clockwise. Must be Southern hemisphere heaven.

 

That skanky unit is grade-A "Merican fella.

 

 

Hey Pal, I'll have you know that we patented the skank.....

 

And they iz awl yorz my fiend.

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Yes the box fed magazine is in upside down. It is possible but it won't fire (there are no bullets coming out the bottom - right?) - must have been posing.. She's still chicken wing. The pic quality isn't that good to even see the mag in wrong.

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Yes the box fed magazine is in upside down. It is possible but it won't fire (there are no bullets coming out the bottom - right?) - must have been posing.. She's still chicken wing. The pic quality isn't that good to even see the mag in wrong.

 

 

You did notice the tit's....yes?

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Yes the box fed magazine is in upside down. It is possible but it won't fire (there are no bullets coming out the bottom - right?) - must have been posing.. She's still chicken wing. The pic quality isn't that good to even see the mag in wrong.

 

 

You did notice the tit's....yes?

 

 

Dincha know that Bow Girl can see around corners?....

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My previous post might have taken the thread title a little too literally. Therefore...

 

 

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At our club there is a significant group called "Girls with Guns". There is also a rather large group of guys (spouses and SO's) who also engage in this form of recreation. I think it's been one of the best successes at the club that has not been driven by the club but has simply formed on its own.

 

Many of us have come back from a day of shooting with significant bruises but have also had a great time with really good friends. On my last outing I fired 40 12ga. shots from an old style side by side with no padding, 6shots from a carbon fiber Binelli 20ga auto and 4r shots from a 28ga over and under. I loved the side by side but I don't think my shoulder and upper arm can take it. The 20 ga B was like silk and the 28 ga was like shooting a BB gun. In the end, the clays did not care which one hit them. They all shredded in the end. I guess the same would be true with a bird. Doesn't really care what ga. it is, results are the same.

 

You need to try this little gurl that I just finished screwing with----1961 Sears/Hi Standard 12 gauge, that I cut down, removed the old rusted blueing and polished up au natural. Never shot a clay pigeon in my life before, but I nailed the first five in a row with this thing...... :P

 

 

 

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(oh, don't bother asking if it hurts. Cuz it does :D )

 

12 gauge with a bolt action? Don't see that very often. Thats a beauty Rico.

 

That's what I thought, anybody got any more history on that one?

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At our club there is a significant group called "Girls with Guns". There is also a rather large group of guys (spouses and SO's) who also engage in this form of recreation. I think it's been one of the best successes at the club that has not been driven by the club but has simply formed on its own.

 

Many of us have come back from a day of shooting with significant bruises but have also had a great time with really good friends. On my last outing I fired 40 12ga. shots from an old style side by side with no padding, 6shots from a carbon fiber Binelli 20ga auto and 4r shots from a 28ga over and under. I loved the side by side but I don't think my shoulder and upper arm can take it. The 20 ga B was like silk and the 28 ga was like shooting a BB gun. In the end, the clays did not care which one hit them. They all shredded in the end. I guess the same would be true with a bird. Doesn't really care what ga. it is, results are the same.

 

You need to try this little gurl that I just finished screwing with----1961 Sears/Hi Standard 12 gauge, that I cut down, removed the old rusted blueing and polished up au natural. Never shot a clay pigeon in my life before, but I nailed the first five in a row with this thing...... :P

 

 

 

1315000924-1.jpg

 

 

1315002117-1.jpg

 

 

(oh, don't bother asking if it hurts. Cuz it does :D )

 

12 gauge with a bolt action? Don't see that very often. Thats a beauty Rico.

 

That's what I thought, anybody got any more history on that one?

 

How do you shoot doubles with that??

 

Not sayin' you can't, but if ya can, I'd sure like to see that. That would be impressive...

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At our club there is a significant group called "Girls with Guns". There is also a rather large group of guys (spouses and SO's) who also engage in this form of recreation. I think it's been one of the best successes at the club that has not been driven by the club but has simply formed on its own.

 

Many of us have come back from a day of shooting with significant bruises but have also had a great time with really good friends. On my last outing I fired 40 12ga. shots from an old style side by side with no padding, 6shots from a carbon fiber Binelli 20ga auto and 4r shots from a 28ga over and under. I loved the side by side but I don't think my shoulder and upper arm can take it. The 20 ga B was like silk and the 28 ga was like shooting a BB gun. In the end, the clays did not care which one hit them. They all shredded in the end. I guess the same would be true with a bird. Doesn't really care what ga. it is, results are the same.

 

You need to try this little gurl that I just finished screwing with----1961 Sears/Hi Standard 12 gauge, that I cut down, removed the old rusted blueing and polished up au natural. Never shot a clay pigeon in my life before, but I nailed the first five in a row with this thing...... :P

 

 

 

1315000924-1.jpg

 

 

1315002117-1.jpg

 

 

(oh, don't bother asking if it hurts. Cuz it does :D )

 

12 gauge with a bolt action? Don't see that very often. Thats a beauty Rico.

 

That's what I thought, anybody got any more history on that one?

 

My ex bro in law bought a bolt action 12 guage in the mid/late 70s, it was also a Sears shotty, but it was a Ted Williams model. It shot for shit. I always assumed it was an operator issue but I helped my sister sell it to a friend of mine. He told me what a POS it was and thought I knew it all along

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Not all beer and skittles....

 

 

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can a clip go in backwards? I would have thought that wouldn't be possible, but yeah, it sure looks that way.

 

1st of all, its a mag. And yes, you can get the mag just inserted into the mag well backwards for a short distance before it will stick.

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can a clip go in backwards? I would have thought that wouldn't be possible, but yeah, it sure looks that way.

 

1st of all, its a mag. And yes, you can get the mag just inserted into the mag well backwards for a short distance before it will stick.

 

Or that could just be a model made for the Southern Hemisphere.....

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Yes the box fed magazine is in upside down. It is possible but it won't fire (there are no bullets coming out the bottom - right?) - must have been posing.. She's still chicken wing. The pic quality isn't that good to even see the mag in wrong.

 

 

You did notice the tit's....yes?

 

 

Dincha know that Bow Girl can see around corners?....

 

Living dangerously can have it's moments....

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I do like the counter rotating compensators on that one girl. The pic of the cop with that appears to have the magazine in backwards, could have that magazine attached to another magazine that is installed correctly (jacknifed). I've seen them taped and there is also a little plastic widget that holds two to three of them. The picture to tough to see clearly.

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If I could turn back time......

 

 

 

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Can someone tell me what kind of gun this is? I've been watching for hours and she hasn't run out of ammo yet.

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Can someone tell me what kind of gun this is? I've been watching for hours and she hasn't run out of ammo yet.

NATO Baretta 45 :)

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Can someone tell me what kind of gun this is? I've been watching for hours and she hasn't run out of ammo yet.

NATO Baretta 45 :)

 

 

That was a test Snags, so guess what that means...... your gay! :P nttawwt

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Can someone tell me what kind of gun this is? I've been watching for hours and she hasn't run out of ammo yet.

NATO Baretta 45 :)

 

 

That was a test Snags, so guess what that means...... your gay! :P nttawwt

Cante I juste recnise beuty weare it it lies?? :) On the chess ore in the hande?? ")

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