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    Cool Sometimes movies affect my buying habits


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    Not me. The last movie I saw in a theater was about 1990, and the only thing I saw in it that I wanted was a Typhoon SSBN. It would have been a bit above my price range.

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    I have to admit that seeing interesting guns in the movies or on TV peak my interest too even knowing that the movies are fiction.

    Interesting note about Keanu Reeves is the guy can shoot. Google Keanu Reeves at Taran Tactical. Looks like some fun right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by O'Dell View Post
    Not me. The last movie I saw in a theater was about 1990.....
    I think last was 1992 for me. Did regularly watch them on United Airlines, though, up through my last commercial airline flight, on business, in May 2014. Also stopped watching TV about three years ago. Regressed(?) to reading.

    "The only difference between films and books is that the pictures in books are better." -- from The Official Biography Of Douglas Adams, published 2003
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    Back in the 1960's I bought a Walther PPKs new in the simulated alligator covered box. I instantly became James Bond. Sold it to a cop friend. That was a beautiful little gun. I never did get the shoulder rig to go with that gun.

    I am fighting the urge to buy a OTF knife. I would appreciate it if members here will stop posting pics of theirs. I do have a cool little S&W auto with a 1-7/8" blade that fires like a howitzer. Sits in my desk drawer lonely and seldom used. Never been in a movie though.

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    That's beautiful, trying to figure out how it works. That lever on the side is what releases the blade?
    Must be the stag but that blows my dress clean up over my ears. Use to be a heck of a sight when that happened, not so much anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bawanna View Post
    That's beautiful, trying to figure out how it works. That lever on the side is what releases the blade?
    Must be the stag but that blows my dress clean up over my ears. Use to be a heck of a sight when that happened, not so much anymore.
    Yup, it's double action meaning the blade deploys and retracts with the lever.
    It works with authority my friend.
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    Cool Knife from John Wick 2 - The Obsession Continues : Combat Troodon

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    Cool John Wick 3; I went with door number 4 - Microtech Cypher


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