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Pink Guns

Ruger LCR Revolver .38 Special with Pink Grips

Ruger LCR

Ruger LCR

Before the Bodyguard, there was the Ruger LCR. Paving the way for partly plastic, compact self-defense revolvers, the Ruger LCR has been a tough act to follow. The one we carry with pink Hogue Tamer grips is a dealer exclusive model. Many of the Ruger LCR’s features help to reduce the recoil, which can be brutal on a small-barreled .38 revolver. Such as the polymer fire control housing and the one-piece grip frame. With a surprisingly light double-action trigger and the manageable recoil, this little .38 will knock your socks off (not literally) with accurate and quick follow-up shots. It has a 1.875-inch barrel and holds five rounds of .38 Special and is rated for +P ammo. I do not doubt the validity of its awards: 2009 Handgun of the Year from the Shooting Industry Academy of Excellence and 2010 American Rifleman Handgun of the Year.

 

 

 

 

SIG Sauer Mosquito .22 Long Pink Polymer Frame

SIG Sauer Mosquito

SIG Sauer Mosquito

The SIG Sauer Mosquito was my besties very first gun. For an excellent price, it is SIG’s most affordable gun, you get an extremely high-quality firearm and dependable firearm. The Mosquito chambered for .22 Long Rifle, has a 3.9-inch barrel, and holds 10 rounds. Because not only it is pink, but also my bestie loves the SIG Mosquito because it has hardly any recoil and it is very easy for her to handle. She is very happy she chose the Mosquito as her first gun because of that. She also mentions that it is lightweight and easy to load. On the other hand, bestie’s hubby likes the Mosquito because it has good ergonomics, is good for small hands, but not too small for big hands. He also likes the fixed barrel on the Mosquito because it has decent accuracy. It’s easy to disassemble, too. Since it is .22LR, it’s as cheap to shoot as it gets. Isn’t that just like a guy to mention all the technical aspects of the gun? I mean, c’mon, it’s pretty. Isn’t that enough?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Taurus 738 TCP .380 ACP Pink Polymer Frame

Taurus 738 TCP

Taurus 738 TCP

One observation I made at last weekend’s gun show was all the real teeny semi-automatic handguns. I mean these are even smaller than what I would call “compact.” I reckon this must be a trend. The Taurus 738 TCP is like a step up from teeny to “compact” with a total length of 5.25 inches, total weight of 10.2 ounces, and it is pretty thin. So if the teeny, trendy gun thing isn’t your thing, I would recommend trying out the Taurus 738 TCP. It is good for a carry gun or if you are not a revolver-type gal. The Taurus 738 TCP, chambered for .380 ACP, has a 3.3-inch barrel, and holds six rounds. The controls are minimal and easy to use.

 

 

 

 

 

Remington Model 11-87 Sportsman Compact Semi Auto Shotgun Mossy Oak Pink Camo

Remington 11-87 Sportsman Compact

Remington 11-87 Sportsman Compact

This is by far the most expensive choice out of all the pink guns I’ve chosen, but it’s worth it. Remington has been making these shotguns for a long time and they have an incredibly reliable reputation. If you are serious about getting into shotgun shooting, hunting, clays, or skeet, the Remington 11-87 compact Sportsman semi-automatic shotgun is a smart choice. Remington also suggests the 11-87 compact Sportsman for young shooters. The Remington 11-87 Compact Sportsman in Mossy Oak Pink Camo is a 20 gauge, semi-automatic shotgun with a 21-inch barrel, 3-inch chamber, and holds four rounds. The customizable and adjustable length of pull system is not only good for children, but for adults who need a shorter length of pull. It is 40.5 inches long and weighs six and a half pounds.

Back in Pink

Regardless of where you stand on the subject of pink guns, Oleg’s post this morning reminds us that pink is indeed selling. Read his post.  Why wouldn’t gun manufactures make pink guns and accessories? “If you build it, they will come.” (GO RANGERS!) Though I would not purchase a pink gun just because it is pink, having a pink option on a gun that I do like is a strong selling point for me. After all, you dudes outfit your guns in OD, FDE, and camo, what’s the difference in outfitting mine in pink?

Charter Arms Chic Lady Revolver

Charter Arms Chic Lady Revolver

Charter Arms Chic Lady Revolver

I know that a lot of people are going to disregard Charter Arms as a “quality” firearm, but reviews have shown that it is reliable and performs well. As far as snub-nosed revolvers go, don’t tell me “just get an S&W.” Some people can’t afford the cost of one of those. The Charter Arms Chic Lady revolver is an affordable alternative. Revolvers are reliable and though you aren’t going to take this baby out to the range all the time (my Bodyguard, at a higher cost- isn’t going to the range all the time, either), you could do worse than the Charter Arms Chic Lady revolver. If you want a pink, self-defense gun, don’t count out the Charter Arms line. Oh! And just check out that case it comes with- tre’ chic’!

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: 2-CH53839FC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hogue Pink Pearlized Polymer Grip Panels

Hogue Pink Pearlized Polymer Grip Panels

Hogue Pink Pearlized Polymer Grip Panels

Oh, how I love the 1911. So far, Kimber is my favorite. I really like how 1911s come from the factory, or from the custom-shop, and I probably wouldn’t want any type of permanently pink one, that’s why these pink pearlized grips from Hogue are so cool. You don’t mess up your original finish and on the days you get finicky, you can switch back to wood, or rubber, or whatever else grips your little heart desires. These Hogue grips with an ambidextrous safety cut fit full-sized Government or Commander .45 ACP 1911s.

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: 64391

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ruger 10/22 Stock in Pink

Ruger 10/22 Stock in Pink

Ruger 10/22 Stock in Pink

Oleg mentions the Crickett single-shot .22 LR in his post, but I would suggest a Ruger 10/22 instead. No, the Ruger isn’t a single-shot, but more rounds equals more fun, doesn’t it? The Ruger 10/22 is by far one of the most popular guns of all time. It is so customizable, reliable, easy to shoot, and so super cheap! Adults and kids will get a kick (not literally, cause the 10/22 doesn’t…) out of shooting the Ruger 10/22. The pink stock might encourage your baby girl to get into shooting, or maybe your wife, girlfriend, sister, or yourself! What’s better is when you or whoever gets sick of pink, you can change out the stock to something more tactical, or traditional.

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: 2-HO22007

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Judge. In Pink.

Taurus Judge

Taurus Judge

The Judge is an extremely sought-after and asked-about gun. The Taurus Judge revolver shoots .45 Long Colt and .410 Bore shotshells interchangeably. It is an excellent snake gun. Taurus markets this revolver as a close-range self-defense weapon. Taurus designed the Judge specifically for self-defense in the car. That’s a good deal—especially here in Texas where we can carry our guns in the car without a permit. The Ribber grip helps with recoil and provides a sure grip. This model includes both pink and black grips for his or her carry; or hers and hers, or his and his… you know, whatever floats your boat.

Like it? Want it? Buy it! Item: 69429

 

So, what do you think? Pink or not? What side of the fence are you on?