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    Love the expression on her face - not I would venture to say, a very experienced shooter!

    No eye protection either.!
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    And no control of any kind!

    She's really jerking that trigger.......... :1syellow1
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    Red face

    They both remind me of a dog in heat !!!

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    ha ha

    I was waiting for the expected comments!
    Kinda "undulating" huh?

    Who needs eye protection when you're gonna shut those eyes up tight?
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    Ya' know, the woman on the bottom picture looks like she's blasting with my Tussey .380 Colt. Taking a guy's custom!

    That's just wrong.

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    I watched both of those for about 10 minutes before I even noticed they were shooting a gun.
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    The young lady in the lower picture has really good blink control!

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    Where's the ejected brass?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch
    Where's the ejected brass?
    Well, if you want to get picky!

    I don't really see any slide movement from either picture.
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    The top pic doesn't exhibit noticeable slide movement, but the bottom does. Looks to me like that bottom gun is a Beretta, either a Bobcat or a Tomcat. If you watch you can see the brass ejecting almost straight up as they do in those guns. The slide is moving too, it's just such a small pistol with short travel it's really quick.

    Is that Linda Hamilton in that lower pic?
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    Thumbs up cls12vg30 ~ Good Eye & Brain!

    & Yep...I think that's Linda Hamilton.
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    Thanks. I actually own a .25 Bobcat, it was my first BUG before I got my P32, I got the .25 from a friend for $125, nearly-new. After I switched to the KelTec for a pocket-carry BUG I couldn't bring myself to part with the Beretta, it's just such a cool design and a fantastic point-shooter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch
    Where's the ejected brass?
    I could swear the lower picture does show brass comin outta there...look just to right of her head.....I tried blinkin my eyes real fast but that didn't help much ! LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospector
    I could swear the lower picture does show brass comin outta there...look just to right of her head.....I tried blinkin my eyes real fast but that didn't help much ! LOL!!!
    I saw that "flash" and really couldn't tell if it was brass or not.

    As to the slide recoil, I guess it could be quick, like faster than the frame rate of the movie.
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