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    cool thread


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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    This photo's been up before and was the equipment for the day when it was taken. A 1966 Colt Detective Special with a 1945 Longines 18kt rose gold 17-jewel watch with sub-second hand and white linen dial. Both still work superbly.

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    Very classy. I tip a glass filled with two fingers of rye in your direction, sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    This photo's been up before and was the equipment for the day when it was taken. A 1966 Colt Detective Special with a 1945 Longines 18kt rose gold 17-jewel watch with sub-second hand and white linen dial. Both still work superbly.

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    A very classic and classy combination. Including the Cross pen, Case pocket knife and Buick!

    Right out of a 1940's - 1950's Sam Spade or Philip Marlowe B&W movie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    This photo's been up before and was the equipment for the day when it was taken. A 1966 Colt Detective Special with a 1945 Longines 18kt rose gold 17-jewel watch with sub-second hand and white linen dial. Both still work superbly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmcgilvray View Post
    This photo's been up before and was the equipment for the day when it was taken. A 1966 Colt Detective Special with a 1945 Longines 18kt rose gold 17-jewel watch with sub-second hand and white linen dial. Both still work superbly.

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    BMC, That photo would be perfect with a # 2 pencil and a set of keys without the computer chip in them
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatail View Post
    BMC, That photo would be perfect with a # 2 pencil and a set of keys without the computer chip in them
    Hah, sorry. I do keep both automobiles and guns until they are worn out. Watches too I guess. I only sold a '69 Chrysler I purchased as a 6 year old car a few years back or I'd still have a key without a chip.
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    my edc is a fancy foreign job that you've probably never heard of. it's called a Glock model 26. the watch is a Citizen Nighthawk Ecodrive.

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    Kahr CM9 and a Swiss made Cyma Navy Star, WR to 300 meters.
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    S&W Model 64-5 and a gift Japanese pocket watch wearing the Coleman brand. I stopped tracking time 12 or so years ago but this one has sentimental value, so I keep it around.
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    My M&P9c, Klaus-Kobec chrono, and my Dad's old Hen and Rooster stockman.

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    p.s how do you make the pics large size?
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