Tammy Glock Firearm Non Male.........

Tammy Glock Firearm Non Male.........

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    Thumbs up Tammy Glock Firearm Non Male.........

    Ouch!....That appears to be a small 9mm entrance wound right to the exact center of the abdomen...
    Man! ~ That Has Gotta Hurt Like Heck!!!

    Oh...Sorry Folks...Belly Button...I Think??? Whoops!

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    She'd be hotter if she had better trigger dicipline.

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    ...and holding a 1911 - but I'm not complaining! :P

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    She'd be hotter if she had better trigger dicipline.
    Your right man. I had to look twice to notice. Now she looks scary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zundfolge
    She'd be hotter if she had better trigger dicipline.
    You mean like our favorite gun non-male?



    I think proper trigger discipline can be neglected for modeling or acting purposes, if both the model and the photographer independently make verdammt sure that the gun is empty.

    But it's good that we keep reminding each other of the importance of trigger discipline.

    Oh, and... I like the Glock.
    Last edited by ibex; November 12th, 2005 at 08:53 AM.
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    Pretty gal!

    Re the trigger finger thing - my take on this is somewhat to do with the picture's ''theme''. The pic of Betty is a classic shooting hold - she is acting out a shooting stance and action and so is ready to rock - and the camera is offset away from barrel line.

    Similar vein is my avatar, where again acting shooting stance - but then toward camera set on auto-timer and safe zone behind it too.

    The model tho has one of these ''gun pose'' category pics and there I do think the promotion of rule #3 is better - she gun hold is not a combat one - it is just ''I have a gun". Therefore, better promotionally IMO to show it held properly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe/OH
    ...and holding a 1911 - but I'm not complaining! :P
    1911? I looked at the trigger guard and it doesn't look like any 1911 I've ever seen on one. Unless the term "1911" is a lot broader that I thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rstickle
    1911? I looked at the trigger guard and it doesn't look like any 1911 I've ever seen on one. Unless the term "1911" is a lot broader that I thought.
    Joe ment she would be hotter if she was holding a 1911 (which I totaly agree with him), he said it like that as a extension of Zundfolge's post.

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    seems most models don't carry or shoot. Also are not trying to apeal to your gun disiple senses in the picts. While proper gun safety is an issue, models in picts don't really bother me if the have their finger on the trigger. Now someone who is likely to actually shoot , trigger disapline is much more important.

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    Ahh i dont worry about it too much with models .. you cant expect everyone to have proper trigger stuff in every pics

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    Welllllllll, I do like the fist pic, BUT I'm more partial to ladies (Betty's pic) with dark brown or black hair. The longer the better <wiggling eyebrows and grinning>
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    the Glock in the first photo

    Notice that the trigger is in the pulled position. Several theoretical possibilities...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibex
    I think proper trigger discipline can be neglected for modeling or acting purposes, if both the model and the photographer independently make verdammt sure that the gun is empty.

    But it's good that we keep reminding each other of the importance of trigger discipline.
    Exactly my sentiments.....
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    I think proper trigger discipline can be neglected for modeling or acting purposes...
    When it comes to photos of women with guns, I like it better if it looks like the woman in the photo looks like she knows what she's doing.

    In the photo of Betty, its obvious that she's aiming the gun and about to shoot ... in the original photo posted of Tammy, unless she's at a radical faction type of wedding or something, there's no reason to have her finger on the trigger with it pointed in the air.

    I guess I like these photos of "hot chicks with guns" to play to my "shooter-girl" fantasy :P
    Last edited by QKShooter; November 13th, 2005 at 09:04 PM. Reason: correct minor typo error

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    <Thinking here> I'm behaving myself here. I'm thinking of how proficient Betty looks, in that stance, holding that weapon. I would NOT want to be on the recieving end of that muzzle. I'm also wondering what she'd look like, wearing Cammies, and taming an M60 beltfed
    Just good thoughts here, nothing harmfull Betty
    My wife LOVES to fire my full autos, and she's very proficient with em too. Scares the daylights out of me for sure
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