Some sort of Walther clone was my best guess but I couldn’t identify it and didn’t give it much thought…

So … Bryco? Why would a rich lawyer lady carry a Bryco?

Funny, anyway…


The gun handling was cringeworthy to be sure; if these two ever took any training they must be among the few in history who flunked. But they successfully defended their home, and – possibly supplying evidence of a benevolent god – didn’t even accidentally shoot anybody in the process. And frankly they both appear to be the sort I’d have expected to huddle in the panic room screaming at police dispatchers over a telephone instead. So … (Okay, I wince even as I type this, but…) Well done, I guess. As I’ve said before, sometimes audacity in the enemy’s face outweighs things like, you know, skill and training.

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10 Responses to Some sort of Walther clone was my best guess but I couldn’t identify it and didn’t give it much thought…

  1. Beans says:

    At least they had them.

    Which is funny, because both she and her husband are flaming liberals who support every leftwing dingbat cause.

    But they finally found the 2nd Amendment.

    Hope they learn the rest of the Bill of Rights.

  2. BobF says:

    My bet is they found the 2nd Amendment for themselves, but NOT for others.

  3. Michael says:

    See that sloping muzzle? Quite unique to the Taurus Spectrum.
    https://www.taurususa.com/firearms/pistols/taurus-spectrum/
    Its actually a locked breech .380 …that does its best to look like a suppository.
    Taurus needs to gift her one of their big 44s.

  4. Tam says:

    She had a Bryco probably from when her husband sued them because they’re gun grabber registered Democrat lawyers who thinks you don’t need guns. Not a little person like you.

    ref: https://twitter.com/podkulachnik/status/1278012658583814150

    Also, notice how all the other houses on the street got burned down, the families killed, and their dogs raped because they didn’t come out on their porches waving ARs at the hippies filing past to go yell at the mayor’s house?

    Oh, wait, that didn’t happen.

    Oh, and Michael? It’s a Bryco.

  5. Michael says:

    From the images on TV the undercut chin on the muzzle made several of us think Spectrum. Upon closer inspection you are right Tam. I stand corrected.

  6. Beans says:

    In defense of the twits, Tam. the jerk protestors smashed a private gate and forced entry into a non-public place and did make threatening speech and gestures at the twits and all the others in the private neighborhood that they had to break into in order to protest.

    So, yeah, crappy gun, crappy gun discipline. But I wonder, what if the twits weren’t there, armed on their property that was located behind a wall and a locked gate? Would the ‘protestors’ (otherwise known as a mob of looters, thieves and other ne’er-do-wells) have broken windows and destroyed property, set fires, looted, assaulted people?

    Most likely, the mob would have done damage, and possibly assaulted residents. At least done some damage.

    And now comes the whine of ‘It’s only property.’ So? A lot of people work very hard for their property. In this case, the two twits took an abandoned run-down mansion and spent 30 years rebuilding it to it’s former glory. Again, though ‘it’s only property,’ it most decidedly isn’t property of the mob to destroy. Ask yourself what the mob would do if the two twits went to the mobs’ places of residence and destroyed the mobs’ stuff?

    The defense of property is a right, protected by the 2nd Amendment. The very 2nd Amendment the two twits have fought against over the 30 years they were working on their mansion.

    It’s said that a conservative is a liberal who’s been (insert negative activity of your choice.) Mayhaps these two twits have now discovered the conservative (or at least classic libertarian) view of life.

    Leftist mobs. Making conservatives of leftists since Day 1.

  7. TK421a says:

    One thing I know. From up here north of disorder, things sure are entertaining.

    https://media.tenor.com/images/2a4dddee704039ff420061d8261d97d7/tenor.gif

  8. TK421a says:

    One thing I will say about this is from up here north of disorder, America is real entertaining. 😉

  9. TsgtJoe says:

    Me, personally, I’m not going to be standing out in the open confronting armed (so I heard) folks. It might be better to try to head them off before it goes kinetic but take this situation, prosecutor will charge them if they can hang any charge on them.

  10. Kentucky says:

    One rather suspects that if they hadn’t decided to leave the porch and wave guns around we’d likely never have heard about the “invasion” at all. Follow-up coverage seems pretty tame.

To the stake with the heretic!