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Old 07-29-2014, 10:39 AM
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1971 - my 4-inch Python and Air King 5501:


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Crappy IPhone pic. Sig P938 and Movado Bold.
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love the classic look of Python and Air King
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The more modern collection: Springfield Trophy Matches and Longines Conquest Classic

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Me likey guns and watches too!

Sig P226 Navy MK25: Phosphate-coated internals, mags, barrel, etc. for corrosion-resistance in harsh salt-water environments. Official sidearm of the USN Seals.

Omega Seamaster Professional 300M: British Secret Service approved and worn by James Bond, dive-certified to 1000 ft.

Best venue for this combo: Navigating dangerous situations in harsh salt-water environments... on a 100 ft superyacht!



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Old 01-06-2015, 11:10 AM
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Omega Speedmaster Professional: First watch on the moon.

Glock 26 / S&W Shield: First gun on the scene.

Best venue for this combo: Any scene where I'm seen.



The only wristwatch:

- Qualified by NASA for extravehicular space activity.
- To have passed all of the U.S. space agency's severe tests under conditions of zero gravity and magnetic fields, extreme shocks, vibrations and temperatures ranging from -18 to +93 degrees Celsius.
- Issued by NASA to all US astronauts and by Russia to all cosmonauts.



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Old 01-09-2015, 10:20 AM
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oh sweet a watch thread!
DSSD + Gold Combat II LE
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Old 01-11-2015, 1:07 PM
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CZ PCR + Omega Speedmaster


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Smith and Wesson MP Shield 9mm NTS, Emerson Commander, Tag Heuer


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My trusty Casio (no idea what model it is) and my Glock 17.
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No Suunto's?

Represent!





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Old 01-12-2015, 8:31 AM
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Since Glock is the Honda of handguns... The perfect companion watch is a Seiko.

You can't miss with the (green, of course) starburst-dialed Seiko Alpinist SARB017 - Japan Domestic Market only.


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Old 01-12-2015, 12:38 PM
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Or......... The only mod this glock requires is a Seiko Solar-powered 200M chronometer diver w/ Bond NATO (essential mod for getting to the range on time).
Quartz-accuracy... and (like the Glock) never requires batteries and is good bang-for-the-buck. It can be had for ~$160.


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Suunto Core with my G30s. Never leave home without either of them.
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The Ruger 22/45 LITE is a classic overachiever... very accurate and weighing in at a scant 22oz.

The same can be said for the Obris Morgan Branco. While it commands wrist presence with its bold 43mm dial, and the dependable
Miyota 8215 movement is impressively accurate... the brushed titanium case lightens up this range essential to a mere 8oz.

Great Combo: The HI-VIZ orange front sight & sweeping second-hand work together seamlessly to keep you 'on-target' and 'on-time'!


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I can't resist g-shocks haha. Not all are pictured.

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My latest G-Shock (bday present from my wife)
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My Glock 33 and Citizen Eco-drive Blue Angels edition chronograph watch.

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Cannot believe we've seen more Panerai than Rangeman here, I thought calguns was a more utilitarian crowd.
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XD-s 9, Gerald Genta, Invicta and Rado.


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Love this thread!
I gotta step up my game, you guys have far better skills at taking pics than I do.



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@ IrishSig, I think you just did. Nice pics.
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Still trying to learn how to take pics, my iPhone pictures usually end up better.
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1968 Rolex Daytona and Beretta


G93R7286 by SoloDallas, on Flickr

H&Ks and Luminox

Basically Sisters by SoloDallas, on Flickr
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nice, but why do you have the 3 liner 6265 dial on a 6239 case/bezel? the dial is newer
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There are some incredible guns and watches here guys & gals!

I showed my buddy this thread - he is an F- LEO. He isn't on the forum, but has been begging me to put up his Guns and Watches, and I keep seeing the updates since I subscribed to the thread in my email box, and I thought - I gotta do it now! I need to do a little photoshoot with my equipment and timepieces and maybe writing instruments.

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Nice Ruger, watch and AZ CCW!
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