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Old 03-26-2010, 14:22   #61
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Well, mine looks pretty plain here compared to all the cool looking guns. But what makes this plain simple looking little guy so very cool is that my youngest son gave it to me for my birthday, buying it for me with his own hard earned $$$$.


So there ! Ha.


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Old 03-26-2010, 14:47   #62
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Nice! I did the same thing to my dad with a VERY nice Glock package with all the trimmings. I'm sure your son realizes that it'll be his one day anyways.

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Old 03-26-2010, 15:53   #63
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Nice! I did the same thing to my dad with a VERY nice Glock package with all the trimmings. I'm sure your son realizes that it'll be his one day anyways.

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Thanks ! You hit the nail on the head man.



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Old 03-26-2010, 19:37   #64
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Thanks ! You hit the nail on the head man.



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Haha! Yeah, I mean not to be morbid, but when gifting pretty much anything to parents it's like buying a gift for yourself with a few decade gap inbetween when you buy it and when you get it.

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Old 03-27-2010, 17:55   #65
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Haha! Yeah, I mean not to be morbid, but when gifting pretty much anything to parents it's like buying a gift for yourself with a few decade gap inbetween when you buy it and when you get it.

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LOL... Not morbid, just knowing its coming back to ya one day. Fact.



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Well, mine looks pretty plain here compared to all the cool looking guns. But what makes this plain simple looking little guy so very cool is that my youngest son gave it to me for my birthday, buying it for me with his own hard earned $$$$.


So there ! Ha.


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