Compensating for something?

You betcha!

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12 Responses to Compensating for something?

  1. Bryan says:

    To someone intent on doing her harm, she is no longer an easy target but now equal to a 6’6″ 250 pound marine.

  2. Linoge says:

    As the saying goes, those who would accuse me of “compensating” are exactly right – I am “compensating” for my inherent inability to sling a small piece of metal at hundreds, if not thousands, of feet per second. If I could do that, I would not carry a firearm :).

  3. R. says:

    Bloody artists. They can uglify anything. Camo guns in hands of people who don’t wear camouflage for a living …. that’s just wrong. Like drinking warm milk or something.
    Camo is ugly. Guns are mostly nice to look at. Why make them ugly?

    Now a fractal laser engraving on a black or stainless steel gun, that’d be something else. That I’d pay money for.

    Anyway.. good poster. RPG glasses are not that good, but that’s a minor detail.

  4. R. says:

    Thanks. The duracoat looks very interesting. The camo… let’s just skip that. I now some people fetishize the stuff, going on about what’s best, etc, but it leaves me as cold as the topic of SUV’s or sport cars. What’s the use? Animals we hunt hardly ever have sight as good as we, and camo won’t mask the smell.

    I’m not interest in camo(not ever likely to need it), but in say, finding a way of improving the way a gun looks. Like some guns are engraved, but that usually has kitschy motives and is very expensive. Fractals .. let’s just say they look cool.

    Camo isn’t the same thing. This’d require sub milimeter precision, maybe .1 mm precision, very thin lines. I don’t think galt’s guns does stuff like that.

    If they can print a bitmap onto a rifle, that could work, though the resolution isn’t clear from the pictures, and on a pistol I wouldn’t settle for less than ten pixels/lines per mm..

    Only a computer guided laser or similar process could do that economically. Arms factories around here often have laser engraving facilities but I don’t know what they can do.

    Galt’s guns is unfortunately also too far away in terms of both red tape and physical distance..

    On second thought.. good choice of subject.. for the topic. She looks kind of fragile. How tall is she? 5’3″?

    P.S. you are missing a ‘t’ in the heading of this post.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      Height: 5′ 5″
      Weight: 110 lbs

      “t” added.

      • R. says:

        5’5″ and 110 lbs. Is she healthy? No hormonal irregularities? I’m just curious, there’s this friend I have who at 19 was about the same size and had pretty unusual hormonal problems, that in the long term would leave her with osteoporosis and other bad stuff.

  5. staghounds says:

    THAT explains why I didn’t see the gun!

    (Been waiting for the chance to say that and not feel like a perv…)

  6. Camtec says:

    I like it. It has definite marketability.

  7. straycat says:

    there is only one force on the face of the planet that can make a 110lbs female the equal of five 200lbs men…

    A GUN.

    most excellent, and a wonderful picture of a beautiful lady
    (the handgun isn’t too bad either)

  8. Sean says:

    A camo Hi Power is just wrong. Hi Powers are blue. With wood grips.

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