WTF is wrong with this picture?

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16 Responses to WTF is wrong with this picture?

  1. Don says:

    It’s a ni, nin, .355 caliber pistol.

  2. Evil One says:

    It is a Blaspheme to all that is Holy…

  3. LouisCQ says:

    Sweet Leaping John Moses! A 9MM!?!

    That whirring sound is JMB spinning in his grave.

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  5. antitango says:

    Who the hell let them put an EGA on such a piece???

  6. Knitebane says:

    Oh pshaw.

    I bought an STI Spartan in 9mm for training because a) All my other carry pieces are 1911s and b) I want to be able to shoot 500 rounds without discussing it with a loan officer.

    John Browning’s percursor to the 1911, the Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless was chambered for .32ACP. His follow-up pistol was the FN Hi-Power and was chambered in 9mm.

    St. John was just fine with calibers other than the .45ACP.

  7. Patrick says:

    What’s the Marine Corps logo doing on that thing?

  8. Robert says:

    9MM is meh, but why isn’t that piece cocked and locked?

  9. Barry Pike says:

    It’s 1:51 PM, not 3:03 PM.

  10. Kristopher says:

    So I suppose the Browning Hi-Power does not really exist, Don, Evil, and Louis?

  11. a 9MM 1911 pattern pistol WITH THE SAFETY OFF.

  12. Seriously? says:

    Here I thought it was the missing mag – my mistake.

  13. Diego Garcia says:

    What’s wrong with this picture is that the fine pistol is not on *my* table.

  14. Will says:

    I think the Colt Commander was originally a 9mm, made because the Army was talking about switching to 9mm back in the 50’s. Later, Colt made a 9mm version of every 1911 model they made, at some point. I looked at a 9mm Commanding Officers Model 15-20yrs ago, but the shop wanted too much.

  15. idahohunter says:

    Where is your knife?

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