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Reply And this here is the collection of a Hardcore Super Owner. Start yours today! Reply Is this a cache or stash or arsenal? So hard to tell… Reply In case of emergency. Reply So many choices and so little time to use them all! Reply My greatest fear is that someone will break in and I won’t be able to decide which weapon to shoot them with. Reply The TSA of the 30’s shows there recent finds, unfortunately they had to find them the old fashion way. Reply Must be one of those “Super Gun Owners” Bloomberg told me about… Reply Hmmm. What shall I wear today? Reply What to carry today? Inny minny miney moe… Reply No really, just one guys EDC! Took him 30 minutes to get ready for bed at night. Reply When we use to leave the station,..Before BLM,..we armed ourselves with tools like these… Reply Which one shall be my new edc? Reply I wish I were a super gun owner… (Sung to the tune of “I wish I were an Oscar Mayer Weiner”) Reply “Yessiree… All these came out of prisoners keisters” Reply Heh heh heh……. Reply Purty, ain’t they? Reply It is so much easier to pick a hat that goes with my shoes. Reply A few more executive orders and we are going to have to find some room to keep your balls in here Reply “That’s right Mr.Law-Abiding Citizen thanks to a recent decision by the Connecticut Supreme Court ALL ‘weapons’ featured in this display are ‘protected’ under the 2nd Amendment and ‘legal’ to carry. Reply Hardware store armament section 1949 Reply “Awwww, YEEEESSSSS! This’ll piss off some liberals!” Reply Before New York had the TSA at JFK, they has the TSA at Ellis Island.. Reply Who knew doormen were so well armed? Reply I call this one, “Symphony in Steel.” Reply Look at all those AK and Glocks! Reply Move along, there nothing to see. Oh, that. Just my riot end of days gear. Reply “Coexist…….what does it mean?” Reply I don’t get it! We’ve banned everything in this cabinet and we still have violence. What did we miss? Reply This is just the stuff we found inside the jail.You should see the other case. Reply Ah yes, the good old days……. Reply “If we hadn’t opened those cabinet doors, we never would have found his arms cache” Reply Eenie, meanie, miney,moe, episiotomy here we go…….. Reply Sgt. Flannery’s Pocket Dump of the Day! Reply The Clinton investigation uncovers more then a personal Email server in Hillary’s bathroom closet! Reply The collection of weapons taken off Cali-Zim over the years. Illegally carried obviously. Fortunately, his former prison guard credentials came in handy. Reply Before STANAG among law enforcement agencies in the 1920s, officers had wide latitude as to what they could carry on duty. Reply After the U.S. Law Enforcement STANAG of the 1920’s, New York rammed a 7.62mm truncheon down the throats of New England who were proposing a smoother swinging .280 truncheon in a shorter overall length… Thus an intermediate truncheon would not be fielded by a major department for another decade. Reply Charles had been the doorman in the same building for forty-six years, and damn it, this was the last time they were going to stiff him on his Christmas tips… Reply Congratulations ladies and gentlemen, these are now all approved by the attorney generals in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the people’s Republic of California. Oh wait that one looks to pointy… Reply “Same tired story. Every one of these weapons claims they was framed.” Reply Dentistry sure has come a long way. Reply Bob had a tough decision that day, the Luger or the Flare Gun. Reply Why does it have to be either/or? He’s got 2 hands. Reply “These are what I brought home from the Bachelor party!” Reply Colonel Mustard in the garden with the flare gun! Reply And what we have here is our liberal progressive time capsule. When they outlaw guns due to too much gun violence, we have knifes, when they outlaw those we got clubs. And so on and so forth. Reply Chi Town, the beginnings……. Reply Officer Bob was amazed at the creativity of convicts, but he thought it just goes to show that with enough lube, anything is possible. Reply It is always so hard to accessorize properly after Labor Day! Reply I think my EDC may need to be reduced a little. Reply Even in 1919 gun buy backs did not work. 😀 Reply Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Ralph Reply My shootin’ guns are in another cabinet. These are just my sex toys. Reply TSA search and seizure, circa 1920. Reply See my poke-gun collection?I finally caught them all. Reply The Sears roebuck tactical hutch, arsenal size. Reply Geraldo has finally found Al Capone’s vault! Reply Dear Miss Manners, When choosing weapons for formal patrol, how many and which types does the civilized officer select? Reply Hey y’all, Click on that picture to go to the whole gallery, an archive from the Boston P.D. In case you think “Police militarization” is a new concept. Shoot, they even had an armored “riot car.” Reply “Decisions, decisions, decisions..,” Reply Hmmm What shall I use to oppress minorities today? So many options…. (Sarc off) Reply “The right tool for the right job at the right time.” Reply Hmm, think I’ll pick up something new next month at the Texas Firearms Festival. Reply These “Pocket Dump of the Day” posts are getting less and less believable. Reply I’ll bet ^this is the winner. Reply “Dammit, I don’t have enough ski-ball tickets for a Luger AND the knuckle-dusters.” Reply I need more room for my toys… Reply Charlotte Police contemplate how best to contend with rioters…. What? Too soon? : ) Reply Thank you Santa! Reply The first 3 percent stash? Reply You should have seen the utility belt we had to carry these all in. Thank goodness Black Arch came along & got it sorted. Reply The one-upmanship in the EDC pocket dump of the day is getting way out of hand. Reply Well glad my new uniform has so many hidden pockets to get all this stuff put away. Reply I forget which one is ‘The Noisy Cricket’ Reply We found all of this in Coolidge’s desk. It seems if you did not get out of his office after the “silent” treatment things might get a bit violent. Reply Need more space for gun, and my friend have 20 guns in his room.. Reply I like the photo in your blog. An amazing collection of guns. Thanks for sharing with us. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.