A Nurse with a Gun

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Ugly Gun Sunday


Blogger Brigid said...

From the Filigree Firearms Firesale!

7:32 AM  
Blogger Julie said...

glock owners are funny people - i know one who quite likes the look of this gun ....

8:08 AM  
OpenID reflectoscope said...

It is a bit of a clash of design elements, but you've had worse.


8:34 AM  
Blogger Tam said...

That's like having an inlaid, nielloed, ivory-gripped Makita drill.

9:01 AM  
Blogger Ed Rasimus said...

Even without the goldwork it would qualify.

9:21 AM  
Anonymous RC said...

I didn't think it was possible to make a GLOCK any uglier...

10:42 AM  
Blogger Michael W. said...

I wouldn't say it's UGLY, just not as attractive as it might have been. Anyway, I would bet it's got a great personality.......-grin-

11:07 AM  
Blogger Kristopher said...

Gold paint mixed with JB Weld?

11:11 AM  
Anonymous Esteve said...

Ahh, embellishing a Glock. Kind of like reproducing "David" with legos.

11:28 AM  
Blogger BobG said...

Sort of like having your family crest printed with gold leaf on a set of Melmac dishes.

2:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's more a "tacky" gun than an ugly one. If you find gold "enhancement" ugly then look at what was done to a perfectly good Browning:



3:14 PM  
OpenID reflectoscope said...

This is the gun Antibubba linked to. Proceed with caution!


9:50 PM  
Blogger chumgrinder said...

It's not really the gold highlights, it's the execution. It looks like it was rubbed on as a student's first class exercise for "Gold Leaf Techniques 101."

12:23 AM  
Anonymous Cliff47 said...

I think that last week's offering is a more tasteful rendition...by the way, what was that based on?

7:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Honestly? Not as ugly as some you've put up here.

Mike S.

1:36 PM  
Blogger 10% said...

Very understated, I saw the flashier older brother to this one here in Austin.

*Warning, crappy phone picture*


word verification - stinc

2:17 PM  
Blogger GuardDuck said...

The 'beauty' of my glock is that I can bump it, scrape it, slam it, get it wet, muddy, gooey or sticky and it not only still works - but looks the 'same'. It doesn't bother me to see a nick or gouge in it's 'fine' finish.

Doing anything that makes you worry about how a glock looks take away from it's 'beauty'.

Doing something to 'enhance' the appearance of a glock simply exposes that the owner has not grasped the original concept of the tool.

2:58 PM  
Anonymous 3rik said...

For all intents and purposes my rode-hard-n-put-away-wet 2nd gen 19 is could be considered uglier.

However, that's the last thing on my mind when I put it on.

2:54 AM  

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