Luger with some SS symbols on it
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How about something in .380? It goes on a rampage because nobody respects it and it is trying to prove a point.
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you can't go wrong with using smith & wesson, colt or glock, almost everyone has heard of those
How about a Taurus. I have read about several folks who believe the one they had was demonicaly possessed.
I can just see the anti's getting a hold of the story. "See even the gun nuts know they're evil and possessed by the devil!"
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Soory to bust the bubble... But that story has been done and is on the western channel..."DEAD MANS GUN" Looks like a S&W russian.
Luger P08. Nazi officer escaped and went to south america. Made its way up through Mexico after its corrupted owner died. A path of tragedy.....
Cliche but its the best I can do...
Edit...hey suntzu beat me to it.....props...
Write about a Hi Point that exploded on its own
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If you're looking for an "evil" handgun, Glock is the natural choice. Every dumbhead, gun-illiterate "news" reporter in America knows what a Glock and an AK-47 are. Don't besmirch the legendary American brands of Colt and Smith & Wesson!
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A Smith and Wesson Walther PPK/s in .380 it didn't just effect the gun, but their entire customer service department.
Nah, too close to reality
It has to be a Glock Automatic like in the media
or an Automatic revolver
It should be an old revolver. It needs to have history even before it comes to the present time. A vague history might be that it was owned by a 'bad man' and a string of 'bad men' before him.
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