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while some wonder and think themselves non-binary, my truck is a girl and i stroke her dashboard when she gets me around something in a hurry.  My hunting rifle is also a girl.  I've never heard them complain about being referred to as a girl.  

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My bike is an “It”

My truck is an “It”

My guns are mostly “It” except for Brutus. He’s my S&W 327 Night Guard. 

 

I used to be more cognizant of how I thought of the qualities of things in regards to the masculine or the feminine. Not so much any more. 

 

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My bike is Red Robin, girl. Have a H&R topper I call Sue. My 2001 grey Chevy truck is the old grey mare because she ain't what she used to be.:lol:

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My SxS is called "Petunia"

She's old fashioned and is a good girl!

Here's her picture. 

Pretty little thing ain't she?

12 gauge Open Hammer Wyatt Earp Coach Gun 010.JPG

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My wife is a woman.
My guns, vehicles and motorcycles are toys.

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Petunia looks like a "Stevens " maybe a Model 250

Nice looking Gal in any respect .... Short and deadly ....

 

Jabez Cowboy

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Buck and Boom are Boys ,,,,,, Because they love to play with fire and get dirty and don't Know when to quit.....

Had a 1966 Ford Galaxy 500 that was a woman,,,, always coughing and sputtering and wanting to quit...

Had a 70 Ford (when they still made trucks) 1/2 ton 302 4 speed standard that was male ,,, didn't think there was anything he couldn't handle ....

Pulled a Semi loaded with Drywall out of the mud, with-out breaking a sweat ....

 

Jabez Cowboy

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I have a Remington 870 “Police,” which I bought when I lived in Long Beach, years ago.  There were a lot of prowling burglars and thieves in the area near the beach where I lived. 

Early on, I installed an extended magazine and a black pistol grip, adjustable length-of-pull stock.   

I call it, “riot gun,” a rather binary name, I suppose.

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I have the same, but fixed walnut and 20" deer barrel.
We were 6 weeks in Yellowstone when a bear got a taste for people.
They couldn't catch him.
We were notified by the ranger he was a mile away.. broke camp in 90 minutes flat.
Bought that 870 shortly thereafter.  Slugs and 000 in the extended magazine.'

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I have never named any of my firearms! I’d probably forget which one is which anyway!!:P

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Indeed.
The worst possible thing you could do is be fondling one of them, and call her by her sister's name...

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All my guns are male. I know that for a fact because they never fight in the safe or get pissed off when I keep taking the same ones out and not them. None have ever complained that the new grips I put on made them look fat either.

 

My vehicles? I had one that was definitely female (broke down constantly), but she actually belonged to the wife anyway so that figured.

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On 10/10/2019 at 5:55 PM, Jabez Cowboy,SASS # 50129 said:

Petunia looks like a "Stevens " maybe a Model 250

Nice looking Gal in any respect .... Short and deadly ....

 

Jabez Cowboy

 

It's a Pedersoli "Wyatt Earp" without the naming on the receiver.

I picked it up from Doc Rowland before he closed up. 

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I look at my rifle of the day and say "Ready Darlin?"

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I got .45s named Fire and Brimstone ,,,, they are boys ......

I have a Highwall in .40-65 that I call Trouble because  she likes to reach way out there and wack things .... She is a Lady ... classy and dependable like my Mrs.

I have a Low Wall in .38-40 and she is so sweet and easy to handle and doesn't hurt the ladies and kids I let shoot her but she is sure death on steel out to 300 yards ...

I call her Baby ....

 

Jabez Cowboy

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