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    I'm thinking Bolo...
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    Gold plated BHP. He would never carry less than a 9mm (or as in the news these days .9mm)

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    He wouldn't have to carry a gun, he'd have a team of "good-looking women bodyguards".
    Turn the election's in 2014 to a "2A Revolution". It will serve as a 1994 refresher not to "infringe" on our Second Amendment. We know who they are now.........SEND 'EM HOME. Our success in this will be proportional to how hard we work to make it happen.

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    I too see him carrying something small and understated, kinda James Bond.

    BTW, my favorite line from the commercials is:
    "he once had an awkward moment just to see how it felt"
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    Quote Originally Posted by RevolvingMag View Post
    He would carry a Gyrojet.

    Because that's how The Most Interesting Man In The World does things.

    Or he would CC a .500 Magnum.
    +1

    "I don't always carry a gun. But when I do, I prefer a rocket launcher. Stay armed, my friends."
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    Blame it on Sixto - now that is a viable plan.

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    Yea, after looking at the picture I'd have to say he looks like a 1911 type of guy. I'd like to take a peek at his weapon cabinet in his office! Stingers, law's, tow's etc.

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    A Webley-Fosbery automatic revolver!
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    Double barrel 10 ga. shotgun pistol.

    Simply because it would break a less interesting man's wrist.

    "Stay armed my friends" love that line MattInFla
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    1911 hands down like the ones in faceoff

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    I am thinking HK.
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    I don't know who this most interesting man is as I don't watch TV but Winston Churchill carried a C96 Mauser automatic during the Boer War and apparently from World War I forward was known to privately favor the Colt Government Model .45 Automatic, owning and carrying serial No. C15566 in both World War I and World War II.

    Anyway, Churchill is a much more interesting man than this poser. As Churchill is known to have acquired an example of both the Mauser and the 1911 soon after their respective introductions to the market it must be assumed that he was knowledgeable about the latest handgun developments of his day. If Churchill had lived long enough he'd have likely as not added a Glock to his handgun battery.
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    Churchill would make for a pretty boring commercial.

    <Decayed corpse propped up in a booth> "I don't always carry a gun, because I'm long dead. Stay decomposed, my friends."

    I'm not positive, but I can't see that selling a lot of beer. Or anything else...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MattInFla View Post
    Churchill would make for a pretty boring commercial.

    <Decayed corpse propped up in a booth> "I don't always carry a gun, because I'm long dead. Stay decomposed, my friends."

    I'm not positive, but I can't see that selling a lot of beer. Or anything else...
    Thank you Matt, I needed a laugh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IAm_Not_Lost View Post
    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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    Most definitely a weapon for the most interesting man in the world

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    [QUOTE=MattInFla;2170227]Churchill would make for a pretty boring commercial.

    <Decayed corpse propped up in a booth> "I don't always carry a gun, because I'm long dead. Stay decomposed, my friends."

    I'm not positive, but I can't see that selling a lot of beer. Or anything else...[
    /QUOTE]

    OK, so the guy is hawking beer on commercials. Now I'm up to speed. I had no clue who he was or why he was special.

    You're probably right. Churchill just wouldn't do.
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