hehe LOL you are right :rofl:
I wonder where the AR I will eventually get fit in then? :confused:
That hot pink and black combination reminds me of MaryKay. I tried selling MaryKay cosmetics for a short period of time, didn't work...but yeah, everytime I see Hot pink and Black together thats the first thing that pops into my mind. :D
Nice gun tho.
I shot a pink gun at a match once, just to shame the folks I knew I was going to beat :)
More power to you, you found a way to personalize your weapons.
I think I have an addiction :( Now I really want a suppressor for it :(
So whats your addiction? Shooting firearms at targets or just smelling freshly spent gunpowder? :D
Cool, glad you got it put back together.
If the pink is a coating like DuraCote or something, be sure to find out which solvent Sig recommends!
I was putting a water based solvent called M-Pro7 on my S&W 22S bull barrel. It has almost completely removed the gray coating on the bull barrel, but not the gun frame. Go figure, Hoppes No 9 doesn't seem to remove it - Just the opposite of what I expected. :(
Thanks TXCharlie! I didn't even think about a solvent removing the color! I have no problems with my Duracoat on my Glock, but I can't remember if I used anything on the pink part of this Sig when I cleaned it. Thanks for letting me know, I'll try to find out if there's anything I shouldn't use (yes the pink is a coating).
I put another 50 rounds through it after my match today and it shot great and worked smoothly. I think even better than the first time I shot it. No jams. This little gun is a blast (literally and figuratively)! :)
:rofl: I had thought of getting a conversion but since I have the .22 now I guess I dont need it...but I'm really really seriously thinking about getting a suppressor for the Glock. :biggrin1: I just have to get this Revocable Living Trust thing figured out and then I'll get moving on it.
Well, what ever turnes you on; Na, I'm old fashoned - either stainless or black (I perfer black).
Ya know, we train sometimes with the "red man gun" so I'm going to suggest that we paint the ammo a bright orange. Our range is outside in the weeks and stuff so they may be easier to spot when we police up the brass.
The bosses may thnk I'm crazy about this; but then again they think I'm crazy now, so no big deal.
I was mostly kidding but I think that's a great idea! Did you think to spray paint the ammo just to find the brass more easily or were you just being funny? It doesn't affect the gun any at all? I wonder if Duracoat would be better than spray paint? :rofl: Hey, we need to go partners on this and make some money :biggrin1:
Nice Weapons your Pinkness! Enjoy the shoot!