13 thoughts on “Perfect Ring”

  1. I believe it would be. The definition of OAW is something that’s not a handgun, rifle or shotgun, I believe. Definition of handgun is anything designed to be fired by a single hand. This would be designed to be fired by a single finger? Hard to say. Of course, if I actually got her that as a ring, it would henceforth be known as “the murder weapon” :)

  2. It as made before 1898 which makes it an antique and non-firearm.

    Original Gatling Guns are not NFA items for the same reason.

  3. I don’t think modern gatling guns count as NFA, anyway. You just don’t need a background check if it was made before 1898.

  4. I would love it! Okay, probably not as the everyday ring, but you know I would laugh.

    I’m sticking by my suggestion that you buy me a wonderful setting, a crappy diamond (or just a gemstone) and hang it off the front sight of a Barrett .50BMG (in semi-auto of course) to propose. We’ll take care of the better stone later… :)

  5. Doomed?

    Doomed would be if I had gotten on his case about if instead of when. Instead, I suggested he indulge in yet another really fun gun purchase. I think that’s a good sign myself. :)

  6. Maybe you could buy a Barrett receiver first, then buy the rest on installments.

    Or maybe you could just ask all your friends to pitch in $10 to cover the cost. You have over 500 dedicated readers. It should be easy.

  7. Have to throw in, when son bought rings the ones he chose are made of tungsten: polished up it looks like white gold, and don’t have to worry as much about it being damaged while deployed.

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