Code names or Nicknames for your EDC?

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    Code names or Nicknames for your EDC?

    Just curious if you have a code name or nickname for your EDC. My M&P is called now referred to as my "map" between my better half and I. That way if we ever have to say anything about it using the word "map" doesn't draw any attention and won't escalate a situation. Just curious if anyone else does this and what names you've given your guns.
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    My SR9c is Sara
    And my wife's P238 is Lizzy.
    We also have a Hi-Point we call Betty, but we can't trust her so she stays at home.

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    Springfield Armory XDM = XDM
    Kahr PM9 = PM9
    Walther P22 = P22
    Beretta Neos = Neos
    CZ Redhead Deluxe = CZ
    Remington 870 = 870
    Winchester Ranger = Winchester
    Ruger 10/22 = 10/22

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder71 View Post
    XDM = XDM
    PM9 = PM9
    P22 = P22
    Neos = Neos
    CZ = CZ
    870 = 870
    10/22 = 10/22
    Tricky! :)
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    The first handgun I buy will be named "Winonna" but not for the reason mentioned in the OP. It's because I'm a scifi nerd and that is what John Crichton from Farscape named his Pulse Pistol
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    My wife calls both the glock 27's we carry, the American express cards.
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    I call it either "the Glock" or "the other Glock", depending on which one we are code-talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spike View Post
    My wife calls both the glock 27's we carry, the American express cards.
    I like that on so many levels!

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    My snubbie's name is Sweetness or she's referred to as the noisy cricket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnmoore4 View Post
    My snubbie's name is Sweetness or she's referred to as the noisy cricket.
    Nice, I love Men in Black.
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    I don't name my hammers either!
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    I'm fond of "Fluffy", the pet handgun.
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    Clacky, Clacyk2, Clacky3, etc. in order of the purchase date. They make a clack sound when fired so what other name is appropriate besides Clacky.

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