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The BBQ gun.

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    I like to take the mutt to a BBQ,

    I had all the ignition parts upgraded and a short trigger installed.
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    Did I hear you correctly?

    Did you say barbeque my guns?

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    Any one of those will do Pogo. I'll have mine medium rare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThirdShift View Post
    I want that lighter. I don't $16 want that lighter, though.
    Yep, I can see why that would come in handy for you, you will need that magnified optic to find your meat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew03 View Post
    Yep, I can see why that would come in handy for you, you will need that magnified optic to find your meat.
    *sigh*

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzQkr View Post
    I like to take the mutt to a BBQ,

    I had all the ignition parts upgraded and a short trigger installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    It is indeed a nice gun. Just don't ever come to Texas and claim it to be your BBQ rig. THIS is a real BBQ rig:

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    Many years back a co-worker of my wife invited us to his wedding, of al the places at Mobile Alabama, we live in Florida, the attire for the wedding was blue jeans, white shirt and a jacket, when we got to the resections all the jackets came of and every one was OWB armed, with very fancy guns and rigs, and the father of the bride had a rig very similar to you BBQ gun, I had a Glock 23 IWB, kept the jacket on all night. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ca survivor View Post
    Many years back a co-worker of my wife invited us to his wedding, of al the places at Mobile Alabama, we live in Florida, the attire for the wedding was blue jeans, white shirt and a jacket, when we got to the resections all the jackets came of and every one was OWB armed, with very fancy guns and rigs, and the father of the bride had a rig very similar to you BBQ gun, I had a Glock 23 IWB, kept the jacket on all night. LOL
    I was at a wedding like that a few years ago. Pretty much everyone was carrying, including the preacher!

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    My bbq gun would have to be one of these!
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    I've had this Coonan 357 for a couple of years.

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    Added a beautiful Nelson holster for proper BBQ display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    I've had this Coonan 357 for a couple of years.
    Did you find that one as fussy on ammo as I did, MSGT?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldChap View Post
    It is indeed a nice gun. Just don't ever come to Texas and claim it to be your BBQ rig. THIS is a real BBQ rig:

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    That has got to be the most beautiful rig I have ever set eyes upon! You have excellent taste sir.
    You would be more than welcome to smoke some brisket and ribs at my humble abode with that rig on
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThirdShift View Post
    Did you find that one as fussy on ammo as I did, MSGT?
    Been using mostly Winchester, no problems yet.
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    BBQ gun? Is that for in case the meat tries to get away?

    This is my BBQ gun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    Been using mostly Winchester, no problems yet.
    I found that I had to load hot for that gun. Lighter loads would catch the ejecting brass in the slide. Glad you're enjoying it.
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