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    http://www.fpk11a.com/NotaToyGun.pdf

    got this from another board...thought everyone would like to take a good look.

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    I can't for the life of me wonder why anyone would want a firearm that looks like a clown gun.

    And as par usual, they miss-labeled the AKS as a AK-47.

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    Who are these jackasses that keep saying that police memo's are "Law enforcement sensitive"?

    Anyway, this reminds me of the Bloomberg Collection. - http://www.lauerweaponry.com/index.c...amp;frameset=1


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    I couldn't help but laugh at all those funky colored guns. It's a toss up between the Hello Kitty and the cz-75 for my personal favorite.

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    Here's a thought, if you see some 20 year old gang banger with a 'toy' then assume it's real. It'd be odd to see a thug playing with a water pistol!

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    I'd buy that Hello Kitty AK in a second. Nice to see them advertising for the guy that does the coatings, still has his watermark on the photos.

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    Jeffytune wrote:
    I can't for the life of me wonder why anyone would want a firearm that looks like a clown gun.

    And as par usual, they miss-labeled the AKS as a AK-47.
    Look again
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    Ok, I blew the pictures up 400%, there are only two stops, safe and fire.
    That makes it a semi-auto, thus a AKS.

    A AK-47 has three stops, safe, semi-auto and full auto.

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    Most of the time these "clown guns" are for the ladies or gents who participate in matches and want to stand out a little for for a little fun gun.

    I find it kinda funny that most of the "suspicious guns" came from a guy who paint's guns for a living.

    I find it highly unreasonable he would knowingly paint a gun to look like that for gangbanger scum bags.

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    But if they are found in Maryland, they are definately toys, there are no guns in
    the state.
    Lets hope they get sued for useing the artists pictures without paying royalties.

    But I would proudly wear the cz-75 as long as the holster has the Ruger 10/22
    markings. Of course I have no fashion sence, but wearing all black with those
    colors allow me to blend into the background in HI at least. :shock:



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    Jeffytune wrote:
    Ok, I blew the pictures up 400%, there are only two stops, safe and fire.
    That makes it a semi-auto, thus a AKS.

    A AK-47 has three stops, safe, semi-auto and full auto.

    I was under the impression the "S" stood for folding stock

    for example the AKS-74U

    S for folding stock, U for short

    From Wiki:

    AKS-47 — Featured a downward-folding metal stock similar to that of the German MP40, for use in the restricted space in the BMP infantry combat vehicle, as well as by paratroops.

    AKMS, 7.62x39mm — Folding-stock version of the AKM intended for airborne troops. Stock may be either side- or under-folding.

    Mine was labeled an AKS-74 when I purchased it but there were also AK-74 with wood stocks. Heres mine




    Hello Kitty FTW! Wow that picture has been around forever!

    I dont have a problem with coloring a gun for the most part but some of those are pretty out there. I have to admit the green striped ak was sexy!!!!

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    I'm pretty sure I remember seeing that pink Taurus at Gander Mtn a while ago. Comes like that from the factory. Uh oh, is the BPD being a little misogynistic?

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    I wonder if I could get him to put some WWII razzle dazzle camo on my 10/.22

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    /me laughs like a crazy roo...

    you've got to be kidding me.

    You do realize what the Colt 45 1911 is right? The color of the Mexican flag!

    The ak-47 with black and green stripes I can probably see as a tacticool watercooler talk item. The Ruger... not so much. The CZ-75 is just ridiculous. The pink guns are obviously for those who adore pink, *rolls eyes*.
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    One other note.

    I'm curious if the images in the file, which are from jimsgunsupply were obtained with permission. Nothing like having your images stolen. If they were obtained without permission, severe penalty may be imposed to the Baltimore PD. Fair use specifies TEMPORARY use for educational purposes, not permanent.
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    Anyone down for a group buy on these?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Hello...01159007r31031





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    insane.kangaroo wrote:
    You do realize what the Colt 45 1911 is right? The color of the Mexican flag!

    The ak-47 with black and green stripes I can probably see as a tacticool watercooler talk item. The Ruger... not so much. The CZ-75 is just ridiculous. The pink guns are obviously for those who adore pink, *rolls eyes*.
    Because no one else can just like the colors green, white and red right? I guess no other nations flag uses the same colors either.

    I guess for you guns cannot be a fun thing. Guns serve only one purpose and the person who owns it can't have any fun with it and do as they please with them.

    But hey if my kids want their little .22 in fun colors, or if the only thing keeping my girlfriend from buying the gun she likes is the fact that they only come in black or silver, and not her favorite color. I guess Henry Ford did say it best, "You can have it in any color you want. So long as the color is black."

    Gimme a break. :?

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    insane.kangaroo wrote:
    The pink guns are obviously for those who adore pink, *rolls eyes*.


    I own a pink gun, you ****** canoe. I know it doesn't go well with fake AFT agent outfits, but it's always good for conversation at the range.

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    AWDstylez wrote:
    Snippity
    No reason to resort to name calling now.

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    AWDstylez wrote:
    ****** canoe
    LOL. I'm getting behind on my urbandictionary research.

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    oh, wow. Same here tomahawk. I was just putting two words together thinking it was some coined phrase made to jest.
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    This is a Norinco pre-ban Type 56S-1. The various intitialisms depend on origin.

    I still call it an "AK"... otherwise nobody'd know whatI was referring to.

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    You could always call it *rolls eyes* an assault weapon.
    Gays are prominent members of firearm rights, we do more via the courts, don't like it? Leave.
    Religious bigots against same sex marriage are not different than white supremacists.
    I expel anti-gay people off my teams. Tolerance is key to team cohesion and team building.

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    I call them all "Kalashnikovs" which pretty much covers the bases for any weapon designed by Mr. K or derivations. I can't keep up with the dozens of differnt number/letter combinations from the various agencies and countries and manufacturers as I'm not a collector.

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    Tomahawk, ooo. Nice. A much better name which doesn't in any way soil the topic of discussion when talking to a person which may not be a firearms person.
    Gays are prominent members of firearm rights, we do more via the courts, don't like it? Leave.
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    I expel anti-gay people off my teams. Tolerance is key to team cohesion and team building.

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