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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by drewp, Feb 11, 2014.

  1. drewp

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    ...between the pink or the wood....


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    if you say wood... im going to immediately accuse you of being insensitive and not open to change...

    haha

    ...found these pinkys for $2 and had to give it a try for a laugh...the wood is the usual furniture
     
  2. Fast Eddie

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    It's the color of authority and communicates your security with your masculinity. Also, $2 grips make a wonderful tapestry for experimental colors and designs.
     
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  3. MarkAd

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    that shade of "pink" is LOUSY...
     
  4. Classic

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    The pink grips don't protect the plunger tube. I'm not a fan of thin grips for that reason but I will say that like about 88% of all men, I like the pink stuff:p
     
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  5. Scvette

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    I think it would depend on the color of your fingernail polish. :laugh:
     
  6. Phillyfan

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    Well, nobody is going to steal it.
     
  7. Phillyfan

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    It's like putting a pink sweater on a Doberman. You still want to pet it, but you don't want to be seen taking it for a walk.
     
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  8. jim97701

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    Dude, you paid about $2.00 too much, you got ripped off!! LOL
     
  9. drewp

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    Oh while I have this thread....this 1911 has an old Remington Rand slide, colt barrel and an aluminum A R sales frame...this thing is a mutt.....

    It needs some work though....its not wanting to eject...
     
  10. Sstrand

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    If someone sees you carry that into a bar the guys will scatter like scared rabbits . . .
    Except for a few on which you might have to use it to protect your honor . . . heh . . .Heh . . . HEH . . .

    Sheldon
     
  11. U201492

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    *Scratching his head* Drewp, if you're gay and you like pink why not put one of them triangle thingys on it? To me the pink seems to have a rougher surface which means a better grip to deal with recoil so I don't see that as a bad thing. Wood gets wet, then slippery and thats no good. So I'm thinking the pink ones if thats what make's you happy. At $2 thats a good price- seems I've seen "slabs" go much higher.
    *Shrugs* Whatever gives you the best grip and feels the best I'd say.
     
  12. alphapygmy

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    snicker
     
  13. Sgt Nambu

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    AWWWW! That's sweet!!! It really is a homely shade of pink!
     
  14. lowly monk

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    Paint em.
     
  15. slimer13

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    So that's three fingers in the pink??
     
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  16. erudne

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    I would recommend Pink Ivory wood but that is too soft
    However Tulip wood has some red/pink in the heart wood and is quite durable
     
  17. JustMelissa

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    I think it's a horrible shade of pink.. needs tactical glitter to enhance the shade and overall grippiness.
     
  18. coctailer

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    Well, it depends on the color of your purse.
    You have to accessorize correctly. It's the tactical decisions like these that are the hardest.

    What color belt and shoes? That will help the decision.
     
  19. cookie

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    Go for the pink. It shows you caring side and if you get tired of the pink you can switch.
     
  20. U201492

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    You mean "swish" right Cookie?
     

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