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Prepare yourself for a very long winded post, which may explain why it took a bit of time to put together.
Dean uses a custom Colt M1911A1 .45 pistol throughout the series. The customisations include the distinct floral engraving, ivory grips, and chrome plating.
Back in the days of rock salt bullets, Dean frequently used a Baikal sawed-off shotgun.
After Jo’s traumatic death, Dean begins to use her Winchester Model 1887 shotgun.
Dean keeps this Desert Eagle in the trunk of the Impala, but is rarely seen using it. However, Bella and Sam have both been seen using different models of the Desert Eagle in seasons 3 and 6 respectively.
Sam’s weapon of choice is a nickel Taurus PT92 with pearl grips. While being Sam’s main gun, it doesn’t feel unfamiliar in Dean’s hands either, as he has also used it throughout the series.
Sam’s rock salt filled shotgun isan Ithaca 37.
This particular gun, a Heckler & Koch MK23, was first seen in the thigh holster of Croatoan-verse Dean in “The End”. However, Sam is seen using this model for 11 consecutive episodes in season 6 until he returns to his standard Taurus PT99.
Bobby’s go to gun is a Single Action Army with a 5.5” barrel and wood grips. Taking note of the missing fourth frame screw in front of the cylinder, suggests it is either a Cimarron or Uberti.
Ah, the infamous Colt, so important that it gets its own section. But when you have the ability to kill (almost) anything, that sort of thing is expected.
The Colt is actually a Colt Paterson 1836. What makes the Colt so special is its etched design, the pentagram carved into the wood handle, the phrase “non tiembo mala” Psalm 23:4(“I will fear no evil”) engraved on one side of the barrel, and the fact it was blessed by a high-priest. All things you should have no problem doing with your own model.
This is an airsoft version of Dean’s M1911A1, which you will have to disable before attending any cons. As you can see, making this as close to screen accurate as possible will take a lot of customisation. You can buy one here for $19.00.
Here we have a training gun the same model as Sam’s Taurus. Once again, getting the look right will take quite a bit of work. It can be purchased here for $38.60.
You can also buy a resin model kit for The Colt here, but it will cost you $80.00, which isn’t in most people’s budget.
What we suggest is making your own cosplay guns. This is because no matter how much you try to alter the pre-existing models, they will never be perfect, and it is the only way you can guarantee the level of accuracy you want without costing an arm and a leg. If you follow this lovely tutorial you should have no problem arming yourself up to the standard of the Winchesters.
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“Loki? Your words sicken as ever. I will squeeze every lie that lays sleeping within you, snake!”
I just added one of these photos to another post, but now I’m thinking they deserve their own.
This is my friend Corrine. She is super boss. She does bite, but in the good way.
I took these a couple years ago at ConNooga.
She is Rule 63 Wolverine… NOT X-23. Who I love, but she does not.
skin colors dont ruin cosplays, weight doesnt ruin cosplays, height doesnt ruin cosplays, gender doesnt ruin cosplays
ITS THE WIGS
THE WIGS MAKE OR BREAK A COSPLAY
I don’t understand how it’s not ok to, to a certain extent, express sexual attraction to cosplayers who wear “sexy” costumes, particularly the way Simon Pegg did. There’s a gigantic gap between sexual harassment and acknowledging someone’s sexual appeal. Why is it ok for women to comment on Andrew Garfield’s fantastic ass in a Spider-Man suit, but not ok for men to acknowledge that a bunch of women dressed as slave!Leia is very, very nice to look at? I’m a cosplayer—granted, not the sexy kind, but I know what it means to dress up for fun, for myself and not for an audience. But if you’re trying to tell me that dressing up as slave!Leia, or as an Orion, or as Faye Valentine, has absolutely nothing to do with wanting to look sexually desirable, then by all means do explain to me what’s behind that costume decision. Of course wearing a sexy costume (or outfit!) doesn’t give anyone the permission to be inappropriate. It’s not a green light to be harassed. But it’s not “objectifying female cosplayers” to acknowledge that they look hot. I’m sure there’s a great amount of work that goes into making, for instance, a Poison Ivy cosplay. I’m sure Poison Ivy cosplayers are very lovely ladies, geeks like the rest of us, etc. Bonus, they’re incredibly hot. If I was surrounded by a dozen Poison Ivy cosplayers, I have no doubt that my comments would be very similar to Simon Pegg’s. How is that sexist? When did it become shameful to be attracted to women in sexy costumes? Why could I make similar comments about the (charming!) Captain America cosplayer who currently offers photoshoots at FAO Schwarz and not offend anyone? Double standards, man. If you’re attractive and half-naked, some people will appreciate the view. If you like your body enough to show it, how can you be angry that other people like your body as well? There’s no malice, no implication that a sexy costume is an invitation to make inappropriate advances to a woman. It’s just acknowledgement that sexy geeks are a wonderful thing.