This is a discussion on The Most Interesting Man in the World within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; He would carry something both classic and unique. I'm thinking the Coonan .357 magnum 1911....
He would carry something both classic and unique. I'm thinking the Coonan .357 magnum 1911.
I would think he would just be able to throw the bullets - no casing, no primer - just bullet. Well, come to think of it, he would probably only need one.
He would just borrow someone else's gun. Someone would just hand the man thier firearm for him to use.
If he had to carry, he would somehow find a way to carry a borcharde. He may also just rock a muzzle loader.
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I figure him to carry a pimped out handgun like old Saddam
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I see him carrying a Colt Peacemaker or Dirty Harry's .44 Magnum. He just has to be a revolver guy!
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A Llama in .38 super of course!
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My guess would be a .475 Wildey Magnum. Charles Bronson style, yup.
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All I can say is that the most interesting man in the world would carry something completely understated. There is no way in heck he would be walking around with a Glock, 1911, or big Colt Python. He would calmly pull out a .38 Chiefs Special. No doubt about it. None, Whatsoever.
On second thought, he would probably surprise us all and pull out a frigging Taurus Millennium.
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Hey KSP: Do not want to upset the "theme" of this thread and I apologize if this is taken the wrong way but you have way too much time on your hands. I am sure, though, that the makers of Dos Equs are thrilled that you follow their man that carefully, hopefully with a bottle of their brew in your hands.
Steve McGarrett's (old Hawaii 5-0) 38 - the one he used to pick off bad guys at 100 yards+ with one shot.
I have insider information that he carry's a Hi-Point .45ACP with a Jennings .380 as a BUG.
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