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This is a discussion on Pink gun? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by DMan If Pink is such a bad thing for a gun, then why do we all get "nice looking" guns with the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMan View Post
    If Pink is such a bad thing for a gun, then why do we all get "nice looking" guns with the fancy wood grips, or great looking holsters that go beyond basic functionality. Lets not be hypocrites just be the color pink is now involved! Many of us select models of guns that are nickel plated, or stainless slide, Bi-toned whatever. Why? because we like the LOOKS of it. Why is pink any different?

    FYI - personally I really don't like the idea of a pink gun - simply because pink isn't my color, however I just bought my daughter her first gun, a PINK Crosman 760 pumpmaster airgun (BB/Pellet).
    I totally agree.

    I'd recommend an LCR and then buy the pink Hogue tamer grips on the shopruger.com website
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    Was going to paste a link to the pink Hogue grips but I can't figure out how to do it with my phone.

    Those grips.would probably be the easiest and cheapest way to get your daughter some pink on a quality revolver. No need to break the bank with a custom finish. Just take off one grip and replace it with the exact same but in pink. They're only $30.

    Plus the LCR is a great carry option. I just got mine Friday and I already love carrying it. But no pink for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    I have seen pink guns over the years and the hubby calls them "pimp guns".
    I really think pink is good for hair barrettes and watch bands....but not a weapon.
    A weapon, IMO, is not a fashion accessory, but a self defense tool.
    I know, there are pink hammers and screwdrivers, but I find those silly too.
    This is personal choice. BUT if this is what it takes for your daughter to get a weapon for self defense and learn to use it.....find her a good pink gun.

    Since this time hubby bought me a Raspberry and black LCP for Valentine's Day. I love it. It was a great gift.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Since this time hubby bought me a Raspberry and black LCP for Valentine's Day. I love it. It was a great gift.
    Actually he was just hoping you'd let him carry it!

    *Hides and waits for the infractions to come flying in*
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Actually he was just hoping you'd let him carry it!

    *Hides and waits for the infractions to come flying in*
    No. Actually he got sick of my borrowing his (which is black on black) to go shopping. He got me my own and the color, besides being what I wanted, helps tell the two apart. Besides....I am not the candy and flowers kind of girl. When a husband buys his wife a gun or a knife (which he has done both many times), it shows how much he really trusts her. Now how silly do YOU look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    *Hides and waits for the infractions to come flying in*
    Infractions??? That isn't necessary. Being "spanked" by a girl should be enough. Or is it a case of "Do something you DON'T like".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    Infractions??? That isn't necessary. Being "spanked" by a girl should be enough. Or is it a case of "Do something you DON'T like".
    LOL...at my age I just might enjoy the spanking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    LOL...at my age I just might enjoy the spanking!
    I thought so. You little devil. ROFLOL
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