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Old 06-16-2012, 07:09 PM   #61
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I just saw the zombie 1911 and i liked it. In fact, Im calling on monday my lgs to check the price!!
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Old 06-17-2012, 05:35 PM   #62
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I will take me Sig P-229R 9mm for zombies.
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Old 07-04-2012, 02:20 PM   #63
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Business is business, I suppose. Funny thing is, they will sell a ton. The Zombie craze is certainly catching on.
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What happened? I thought this is a free country, where people can manufature anything they want, and sell it IF PEOPLE WANT TO BUY IT.
The idea of a free country is in part to allow you to buy it, if you wish , and the rest to voice our opinions about it.
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Never thought it possible, but now there's a sig that I don't want.
My thoughts exactly!
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Old 08-13-2012, 03:53 PM   #66
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Sig Sauer Zombie Line

Hey, can anyone tell me the real story on the Zombie line from Sig, I have heard various stories from dealers and it doesn't seem Sig wants to talk about it?
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Yet another humiliating entry for a once-proud gun manufacturer. Sad.
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Old 08-13-2012, 06:44 PM   #68
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I wonder how a person would fare in court after using a "Zombie" or "Zombie Slayer" marked weapon in a SD shooting, ie:

http://nelsontactical.com/products/i...e%20slayer.jpg

I agree with you 228.
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Lighten up, Francis.
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I wonder how a person would fare in court after using a "Zombie" or "Zombie Slayer" marked weapon in a SD shooting, ie:

http://nelsontactical.com/products/i...e%20slayer.jpg

I agree with you 228.
This is a very valid question. For those who don't spend much time in a courtroom, what Palmer is suggesting here is quite valid. Using a "Zombie" gun to kill someone, even if it is a valid SD scenario, contributes to the potential for both criminal and civil litigation against him.
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This is a very valid question. For those who don't spend much time in a courtroom, what Palmer is suggesting here is quite valid. Using a "Zombie" gun to kill someone, even if it is a valid SD scenario, contributes to the potential for both criminal and civil litigation against him.
Really? So, using a cowboy-action gun would, too, then? Or a Desert Eagle? Or an AR-15 "assault weapon"?

If court is what worries you, then just don't shoot. I'm more concerned about breathing.
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Wish

Wish they would make the 238 in 9mm, seems like it would not be that much of a modification.
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Really? So, using a cowboy-action gun would, too, then? Or a Desert Eagle? Or an AR-15 "assault weapon"?

If court is what worries you, then just don't shoot. I'm more concerned about breathing.
You're missing the point. At trial, either criminal or civil, those trying to prosecute the shooter would use the fact that he bought a "Zombie" gun against him. They would contend that he was anxious to shoot someone. That he was looking for a chance to use his "Zombie" gun. Uneducated, simpleton members of a jury might very well be swayed by such an argument. The point the OP was making on this topic is that one would be much better off to buy a non-descript gun. One that isn't labelled a "Zombie." Again, if you don't have a background in building a court case, this may seem trivial. I assure you it's not. The point that was made is an intelligent, valid concern.
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I'm really not a fan of the whole Zombie thing. That's all you see these days. Even reloading supplies are starting to do this ****. I must agree that this is one Sig I would not want.
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You're missing the point. At trial, either criminal or civil, those trying to prosecute the shooter would use the fact that he bought a "Zombie" gun against him. They would contend that he was anxious to shoot someone. That he was looking for a chance to use his "Zombie" gun. Uneducated, simpleton members of a jury might very well be swayed by such an argument. The point the OP was making on this topic is that one would be much better off to buy a non-descript gun. One that isn't labelled a "Zombie." Again, if you don't have a background in building a court case, this may seem trivial. I assure you it's not. The point that was made is an intelligent, valid concern.
I agree. Liberal judges/lawyers fill the courtrooms of this country every day. They even label hollow points as "high powered" or "cop killers".



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