TJ's Custom Photo Gallery

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    Thumbs up TJ's Custom Photo Gallery

    6 web Pages of lots of "Click On" Macro Photos for those members that like to gawk at nice custom firearms/handguns.

    What's In Your Wallet?
    Warning...custom modifications are expensive.

    CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE GALLERY PAGES. No Pop-ups or spam.

    Cut Down SIG 220 With Burgundy Zebra Frame.

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    I like the dayglo sight idea for my tritium's think I'll head up stair's and do that to mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter
    [Warning...custom modifications are expensive
    That's sickening, warning us that it's expensive, this is like waving a
    5th in front of a AA member, I'm drooling on my keyboard right now, I think I need one of those plastic covers to save the keys. And my wife is telling me to stop making those whining sounds......

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    Some of it is a little strange for my taste and looks like they should be guns for pimps and bad guys in 007 movies. Like the Gold Plated Sig 220 and the 1911 with the finger grooves. Okay so those are strange and cool at the same time and the miniturized 1911s are cool. But the Charter Arms Bull Dog with that crazy blue coating and at $1600 no less.

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    Something like this comes way down on my wish list. I totally agree with 75Scout.

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    If you're stuck home & just sitting at the computer...might as well kill some time looking at some custom firearm photos.
    Not meaning as you'll need to actually go buy one.

    I always enjoy looking at what the top custom "smiths" are doing with firearms.

    Some of it is sort of like Modern Art....only done on firearms.

    Every once in a while I see some unusual modifications that I actually LIKE!

    I think that many of these guns are done just to show what can be done to any firearm if you're willing to throw enough money at it.

    I like looking at them.
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    Well I knew a guy that threw a lot of money into a Chevette and put a 454 in it...and all he had after that was a Chevette (not Chevelle) with a 454 in it...Kinda like a .22 pistol with a drum magazine, bipod/light/laser/musslebrake/bayonet with a can opener. Some things are jsut not meant to be done. Kinda like the gold tiger stripe Desert Eagle

    Granted there were plenty of good looking guns that I a, drooling over, but some were just wrong.

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    Admit it though...if somebody wanted to give you that Tiger Striped Desert Eagle...you sure would take it.

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    oO( Dammed shame what some folks will do to a poor ol defenseless gun , must come from the overpaid 40 hr workweek . )
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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    True, I would take the Eagle, and ship it right out to get refinished....

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    interesting pics but some are way out there

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