Customized Gun Name Plaques Available on Amazon

Its known to readers that I lament the bevvy of chitzy items that follow a firearms related theme. However, I am going to suspend this predilection to complain as the base threshold only goes lower and lower. In fact, going with the adage “If you can’t beat them, join them” I am now going to root for the most “moto” products if only to keep my sanity.

Customized firearms photo-letter plaques are now available through Like similar offerings (originally spurred by those wanting to honor their alma-matter), the firearms related photographs capture firearms, parts, accessories, and ammunition in various and sometimes barely discernible letter look-alikes.

The Alphabet Art is fully customizable up to 11 characters. Sorry, dear Greek, Russion, or otherwise long-winded name enthusiasts, there is no provision for long-names. The “artwork” is available in three offerings, a 6.5″ x 18″ block mount, a 9.5″ z 26″ block mount, and the high-end 13.5″ x 32.5″ framed canvas. Prices range from $39.95, to $69.95, and $99.95, respectively.


All are poised over a seriously motivation homogenization of the American flat and the Constitution of the United States. While not eligible for Prime (I mean, who buys anything not eligible for Prime!?), the artwork includes free shipping. Typical lead time looks to be about 5 days from order.

Details from Amazon:

  • 6.5in x 18in Block Mount. Perfect unique gift of personalized art for the second amendment enthusiast!

  • Photos are not repeated for the same letter (3-11 letters)

  • Includes hi res photos of M16, AR-15, 1911, Musket, Handgun, Rifle, etc

  • Our family owned and operated USA business truly appreciates your order.

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • TangledThorns

    Sorta want.

  • TheNotoriousIUD


  • Garmanarnar

    Oh look, paid shills as top level posts now.

    • Theo Braunohler

      Now? Not only does every blog do this constantly (most of the time, you probably don’t even realize you’re reading an advertisement), but advertorials have been a thing for decades.

      • Garmanarnar

        Haha, I know. Sometimes it’s less blatant than this.

  • Edeco

    Yech. I read a thing about grades of engraving, iirc text is like a medium level order of design. Like not that special. Better to have images of animals in motion etc. Which, long story short, is how I feel about it: text as wall art; bleh.

  • ExMachina1

    Several “letters” are uninterpretable. Moreover, most are pretty unimaginative.

    Like how about a Mauser 98 magazine spring for an “M” , a Hk front sight for a “W”, an AR charging handle fora “T” or Luger toggle for an “O” Arranging bullets/shells to form letters is alsmot like not even trying

  • Bill

    Make it a font/typeset, then there might be something. But make it better.

  • Audie Bakerson

    The “e” looks like 三 (san. Three) more than any latin character