In the figurative sense, not literaly. My Wife buy's me a firearm of some sort every Christmas. When times's were lean it might be a $39.95 8MM Turkish Mauser. As credit's increased and the debit's dropped, Browning BAR's and Colt 2nd Generation SAA pistol's began appearing. Now, my Wife is a smart woman. A experienced teacher with a Master's degree in education, but she is not a "gun person". About a week before Christmas she asked for my wish list and as I was going out the door I said a 9MM Luger. What's that? She asked. Here's where I screwed up. "It's WWII German Army pistol, I said. I want very good condition. The local dealer will know what it is. 9MM Luger is the caliber." Come Christmas Day the familiar heavy package was presented to me and I opened it and found a Walther P-38, of course in 9MM LUGER. My mistake was saying WWII pistol. The Luger was really a WWI pistol that was used in WWII. My fault entirely. No I did NOT let on!