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Baroque Bloke
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Originally posted by IrishWind:
That Beretta might be a bit thick.
Still have to vote for the PPK...

Funny! And good photo except that’s a PPK/S rather than a PPK.

I have an Interarms Walther .380 PPK/S and a SIG P238. I like the P238 much better.



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PPK
 
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I would also include No Polymer. A possible addition would be a Kimber Micro 9:

 
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Lovely, DanH. I love my P365 but I don't see my Micro 9 going away. My most fondleable pistol and the most elegant.




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Imperceptibly concealable & reliable. My Kahr P380 or Glock 42 fits the description..


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Originally posted by Blume9mm:
I thought it was obvious the pistol Bond, James Bond ... should have carried:



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Europe a Walther PP series the USA a Colt 32/380
 
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Originally posted by abnmacv:
An alternate to the PPK as a Tuxedo gun would be a Colt 1903. A very slim unit that wouldn't print.



This right here. Slim, svelte.


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Originally posted by IrishWind:
That Beretta might be a bit thick.
Still have to vote for the PPK...


This man's done his homework. He HAS to be right!




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Depends, if you own a tux then;

PPK
Sig P238 or,
Sig P938, depending on Tux Size
Colt 1903
Sig P230

Rent-a-Tux

KelTec P32
KelTec P380

John Phillips Suit

HK P7



 
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Off-topic commentary below.

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Originally posted by HRK:
Depends, if you own a tux then;

PPK
Sig P238 or,
Sig P938, depending on Tux Size
Colt 1903
Sig P230

Rent-a-Tux

KelTec P32
KelTec P380

John Phillips Suit

HK P7

Of course me being the uncultured heathen that I proudly am, had to look up who--besides the very dead Mamas & the Papas leader--John Phillips is.

(upon seeing Google results)

Oh...and here I thought skinny jeans took the dork look to excess. Guys (well, I think they're guys) pay five figures for that sort of stick-man clown suit high waters schlock? Women have zero grounds for complaining about the fashion industry overrepresenting skinny chicks in their adverts; stick figured MEN are at least equally overindulged upon in Savile Row advertising images.

I'm frickin' glad I'm so effin hick.


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I would say on looks and size, a Boberg (Bond Arms) XR-9S ought to be eligible.
 
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Originally posted by HRK:
Depends, if you own a tux then;

PPK
Sig P238 or,
Sig P938, depending on Tux Size
Colt 1903
Sig P230

Rent-a-Tux

KelTec P32
KelTec P380

John Phillips Suit

HK P7

Of course me being the uncultured heathen that I proudly am, had to look up who--besides the very dead Mamas & the Papas leader--John Phillips is.

(upon seeing Google results)

Oh...and here I thought skinny jeans took the dork look to excess. Guys (well, I think they're guys) pay five figures for that sort of stick-man clown suit high waters schlock? Women have zero grounds for complaining about the fashion industry overrepresenting skinny chicks in their adverts; stick figured MEN are at least equally overindulged upon in Savile Row advertising images.

I'm frickin' glad I'm so effin hick.


Die Hard. Hans.
 
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Originally posted by Pipe Smoker:
Funny! And good photo except that’s a PPK/S rather than a PPK.

I have an Interarms Walther .380 PPK/S and a SIG P238. I like the P238 much better.


Look close, PPK/S is used in Bond Movies. To extension Walther PP in Dr. No, though still just called PPK in that one. Books are a different story.
 
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Originally posted by Pipe Smoker:
Funny! And good photo except that’s a PPK/S rather than a PPK.

I have an Interarms Walther .380 PPK/S and a SIG P238. I like the P238 much better.


Look close, PPK/S is used in Bond Movies. To extension Walther PP in Dr. No, though still just called PPK in that one. Books are a different story.


A PPK in 7.65mm/.32ACP from Dr No to Tommorrow Never Dies (minus the poor attempt at getting a Walther P5 in Bond's hands in Octopussy). From Skyfall on it is a PPK/s in 9mm Kurtz. As a Anna... wait, like the guy on my mug that can't spell, I do my homework.



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Originally posted by OddyseusDSM:
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Originally posted by Pipe Smoker:
Funny! And good photo except that’s a PPK/S rather than a PPK.

I have an Interarms Walther .380 PPK/S and a SIG P238. I like the P238 much better.


Look close, PPK/S is used in Bond Movies. To extension Walther PP in Dr. No, though still just called PPK in that one. Books are a different story.


A PPK in 7.65mm/.32ACP from Dr No to Tommorrow Never Dies (minus the poor attempt at getting a Walther P5 in Bond's hands in Octopussy). From Skyfall on it is a PPK/s in 9mm Kurtz. As a Anna... wait, like the guy on my mug that can't spell, I do my homework.



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I missed that it was A PP in Dr. No. I tend to focus on the PP becoming a suppressed FN M1910 for a scene. And FN is clearly visible on the grips.

PP in Dr. No, and a PPK in From Russia With Love on...


Lord, your ocean is so very large and my divos are so very f****d-up
Dirt Sailors Unite!
 
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John Phillips Suit

HK P7

Of course me being the uncultured heathen that I proudly am, had to look up who--besides the very dead Mamas & the Papas leader--John Phillips is.

(upon seeing Google results)

Oh...and here I thought skinny jeans took the dork look to excess. Guys (well, I think they're guys) pay five figures for that sort of stick-man clown suit high waters schlock? Women have zero grounds for complaining about the fashion industry overrepresenting skinny chicks in their adverts; stick figured MEN are at least equally overindulged upon in Savile Row advertising images.

I'm frickin' glad I'm so effin hick.


Die Hard. Hans.


He owns 2 himself. Word has it, Arafat get his there...
 
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