I’m just curious-why blur out or otherwise make it hard to read the make and model of the firearms and not provide any information about them? I’m a gun nerd and love to find out the brands and models, calibers, etc. I don’t think I’m the only one who loves to learn that stuff, am I?
Used the image url to check this out via google image search.
It’s from a used gun ad running in 2012, probly been sold since then. I don’t know jack diddly about guns and what is or isn’t impressive but the ads says it’s:
NAA Guardian .32 ACP with Blue Carbon fiber grips, sold with extra guiderod spring assembly, drawbraw spring (?), DD Leatherworks Pocket Holster, unused 6 magazine round with finger rest, and stainless steel grip screws.
(Learned by right click the image, copy the image url, go to google image search, click the camera icon to search by image, paste the url: hit ctrl + v, top results showed the gun ad with all it’s specific details.
You can search for the original source of most images this way, helpful if you want to know specifics of some photograph or if you think a deviantart drawing looks really familiar and want to make sure it wasn’t stolen.)
Magnifying this I could see Guardian .32 ACP written on it, but the ad was even more detailed. I don’t know guns, I was just curious.
That is helpful in finding out what is in those pics where info is blurred. NAA stands for “North American Arms”. They are most well-known for little pocket(and I DO mean little, like two inches long)revolvers and derringers and tiny semi-autos, like the Guardian. I handled the .380ACP version at a gun show, and it felt cheap and flimsy.