Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
One more word on the Duo:KEWT!
Presume you already have memorized postage rates from Ilion NY? (I too am a member of the Numb Rich...)
Does that count as an obscure treasure as mentioned in the previous post?
It is popular to diss the .25ACP as no more than an irritant, but anything is better than nothing, and that could be concealed when wearing very little.If all they did was put a pellet under the skin, the miscreant would need to explain to the ER doctor how it got there, but in fact, just last week here in Milwaukee a car-jacking victim died shortly after being shot once with one.
Trit, isn't that pellet supposed to be placed under the eardrum? At least it passes the "Milwaukee field test."Yep, "all the kick of a .380 with the hitting power of a .22 short." I carry one only because James Bond did, and it won't make the 1911 jealous. It's often mistaken for a lighter--or a tie clasp.Even better than the usual "know what my word verification was?" joke: when you google CZ duo, you get a lot of hits for a kind of jewelry popular in truck stop parking lots, if you get what I mean.
Sweet little mousegun, Tam!
Is it for dealing with the spiders?Drew in UK
Harrumph. Cute pistol, but the two works that I was hoping for were "Sunday Smith."
When I read the post I thought you had traded a CZ for a PowerBook Duo, or vice versa. I had forgotten about that little pistol from the show.
Since no one else has said it yet, "You shoot me with that thing, and I find out about it, I'm gonna be upset!" ;-) Just make sure that you keep it someplace you can find it. I lost my Colt Vest Pocket Model in Katrina because I couldn't find it while packing to leave.
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