The Buckeye Bersa: A Duracoat Project

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    Go Bucks! You need Brutus on there!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    I can see it now guns in all your favorite team colors and jersey numbered grips
    Yep. After I planned it out, I surfed the web and found this one:


    http://www.hardcorpsweaponry.com/res...2_IMG_1655.JPG

    And PSIShapiro, I thought about adding Brutus, but I am just not artsy, or detail oriented enough to pull it off. At least not as a first time project.

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    not sure if I would still use it as a carry gun. looks awful like a toy gun now ;-)
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    That's a real first.
    Nice neat work.
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    It is your gun and you can do what you want. Interesting color combo and guess your a Buckeye fan
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    I bet that gun would have trouble with Ammo made in Fla. Tee Hee.

    I can only imagine what would happen if you asked Dr E Gorden Gee for an autograph on that gun. Heh.

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    A taaaaaaaad gaudy, but considering it is a tribute to my beloved Scarlet and Gray, WAY TO GO!!!!

    GO BUCKEYES!!! BEAT MICHIGAN!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulJ View Post
    not sure if I would still use it as a carry gun. looks awful like a toy gun now ;-)
    Now when people ask if that's a real gun, at least they have a reason!
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    Hmmm....maybe Bloomberg has a point. That's just wrong. While I don't agree with a "ban" on paint, I might be inclined to support legislation against desecration of an innocent firearm.

    IMHO, firearms are lethal tools, intended for the most serious of business. Bright colors and foo-foo decorations have no place on such a serious piece of machinery.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    Now when people ask if that's a real gun, at least they have a reason!
    My wife and I talked about the advantage of that once. Kind of like city camouflage could have the gun out in the open and ready on a city street without causing alarm. Give you the tactical advantage of surprising the BG as others have said he would not believe it was a gun until he had those pesky leaky holes
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    Looks like a Nintendo laser zapper... it's horrible!
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    Thanks for the replies everybody. I LOVED all of the jokes, both positive and negative. I was VERY concerned with comments by people who thought a firearm should not be visually appealing to the owner.








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    Maybe if it was more purple and gold............with an engraving of Mike the Tiger.
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    I"d Go With Orange & Blue Gators OHIO

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    We're DANGEROUSLY close to a flame-war here. Bumper...perhaps this thread oughtta' be closed PRONTO, lest I get my Scarlet and Gray Jockeys in a bunch...
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