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Gun Bag

Mar 14, 2008
Lady K Bag nr4 by Dutch designer Ted Noten demonstrates an engraved and heavily gold-plated gun and a gold bullet. After just one look at the bag the goons will either mug you and loot your bag, or ask you where you got that fine blend of bling and arms! Getting it through airport security might be a bit of a bitch though.
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Nov 22, 2015 04:54 AM | Pramod

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