Sons 4th Birthday present - Glock 26 fde!

Sons 4th Birthday present - Glock 26 fde!

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    Sons 4th Birthday present - Glock 26 fde!

    Also came with 19 mag and matching FDE grip spacer and who can forget the Orange threaded barrel!!
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    Oh man I thought you tricked the wife into allowing you to buy him a gun you can play with until he gets older HA. But I guess you can play with that one also.
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    Great gift being a uncle I always make it a goal to get the nephews toy guns every year because the sister in laws are lib tards who won't buy them toy guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OHshooter View Post
    Also came with 19 mag and matching FDE grip spacer and who can forget the Orange threaded barrel!!
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    That's really Cool!!

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    That's awesome!

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    I like the look of the orange compensator.

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    During the 50s, if I didn't get some kind of toy gun for my birthday or Christmas, it was considered a major let-down. Kudos to your present.
    The Fanner 50 was my favorite. I looked just like the kid in the picture.
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    OHShooter, Great present, start him early!

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    During the 50s, if I didn't get some kind of toy gun for my birthday or Christmas, it was considered a major let-down. Kudos to your present.
    The Fanner 50 was my favorite. I looked just like the kid in the picture.
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    The 50's . For me it was the same style gun in the 70's. Don't remember what brand but I had the holster, boots and hat. I used to run around playing the Lone Ranger. LOL Good times!
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    Yeah a people at the party shook their heads when he opened it and it was clearly his favorite gift. I just laugh at them!
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