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Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by CGuns, Jun 10, 2005.
You keep the gun, I'll take the briefcase...see ya!
I would be happy with either!
Unfortunately, neither are mine!
P.S. IDPA - I sent you a PM a couple days back. Thanks for the info.
Cool. You get the briefcase, I get the contents of it......
Boy. Feelings Hurt.
The case itself I think is pretty exclusive...and appropriately "chic".
Wow! I don't think I've seen bills that size since............heyl, since I got married!
...since BEFORE I got married!
The briefcase would be a nice catch as well. I like the shinny handle.
I've always wondered why Marcellus Wallace wanted that damn case back so bad!! It's all so clear now
I think I will post a cash bed with the AUG as well. He never was much for resting on mere, open-cell foam. Dead U.S. Presidents however....
Ahh, but Ben Franklin, currently picutured on the $100(the largest denomination currently printed) was never president.
You make a good point, however, it is still interesting to see how many people refer to "cash" or "change" as I like to call it as Dead Presidents.
Salmon P. Chase I am short on as well as Woodrow Wilson....
I guess Woodrow Wilson would be the only "high denomination" dead president.
I hope they put Dubya on a bill.
I can think of a million uses for this bill in the world today.
10 of these bad boys and you are looking at a million cash.
A lot better than doing the equivalent with Franklin. Compressed as tightly as possible, stacks of old Benjamin in the amount of 1 Mil USD is about the size of a small television..(13"-14" screen). It weighs a hefty 20 pounds, too....a million in cash, in Benjamin.
And, a normal biefcase you can only stuff with about $780,000 USD. Contrary to what they show in the movies.
On the other hand, if you get a Halliburton Aluminum Briefcase, the 5" width model, you can stuff $1 Mil USD in it.
Otherwise, you need to use a doctor's attache, which will hold $1.2 Mil USD...in Benjamin.
Just imagine, bring back the $100,000 bad boy and you will only need an envelope to get the job done.
Yeah...but just TRY to get change at the grocery store for a Woodrow!