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    Thumbs up Glock with gold inlay

    Hey guys Idk if this is the right place for this, but I saw this gun while going through Gun Broker, I just wanted to show everyone on here because I thought it was a really pretty gun.






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    That is one beautiful weapon!!!!

    It's almost a shame to shoot it!

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    gotta love filligre

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    Very nice.

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    Yeah it is really beautiful, I should've posted the link to the sell, sorry guys. But it was $4,000 when I saw it... Now that is an investment!

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    Sure is eye-catching - reminds of some of the really ornate Colt SA revolvers that we've all seen.

    I wonder how much it cost to have all of that work done.

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    I don't really appreciate that look... but if you're gonna do it to anything, why not a 1911, or something of some value? Thats like putting a $5k paint job on a Pinto

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    Quote Originally Posted by YFZsandrider View Post
    I don't really appreciate that look... but if you're gonna do it to anything, why not a 1911, or something of some value? Thats like putting a $5k paint job on a Pinto
    ...why would you want to paint a horse?!

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    With the engraving on the chamber, I don't think you can shoot it without wrecking it.

    Love the work, but I'm with YFZ on the canvas.

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    Nothing against Glocks, but as my dad would say its like putting perfume on a pig.

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    Previous owner: Saddam Hussein?

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    Cool looking gun....thanks for sharing the photo.

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    I think it's hideous. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
    I think it's hideous. LOL
    Oh, I dunno... I think it'd go really well with a gold-plated AK-47.

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    Ridiculous...just proves that you can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bisley View Post
    Ridiculous...just proves that you can't make a silk purse from a sow's ear.
    Could not agree with you more. To go through the trouble on a plastic gun. Just don't seem right.

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    ...You know, you're right.
    I knew that something had been left out.
    The engraver forgot to gold-vacuum-metalize that pistol's frame.

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    I think that on plastic, you just use a gold Sharpie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    Previous owner: Saddam Hussein?
    Thats funny as hell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialed View Post
    Nothing against Glocks, but as my dad would say its like putting perfume on a pig.
    Or as the great Minnesota Fats used to say:

    "Tournament players in tuxedos? That's like putting whipped cream on a turd!"

    Just wanted to add, I wish I could see the gun up close. I know the engravings look better in person than in a photo.

    Don

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