While I was pulling up some information on the Glock 19 for the review we just posted, I stumbled across this monstrosity. The pumpkin pie Glock looks to be a rather well abused Gen 3 gun with one of the worst stipple jobs I have ever seen, or are those teeth marks?
To each their own I guess. If I want to color my gun parts unusual colors, I can’t judge when I see people take it a little too far. After all, this particular Glock 19 looks like it was drug behind a train for a while, attacked with a soldering iron wielded by Ray Charles’ dog, and painted with the cheapest house paint in stock at the local Wal-Mart/K-Mart/discount retail of your choice.
OK, that might have been a bit harsh. It certainly isn’t one of the better jobs I have seen and the color choice is probably called “optical migraine orange,” but at least they seem to have a sense of humor about the gun. I honestly would love to know what kind of life the Glock lead to get to the point that it was so rundown and worthless that someone decided to tackle it with a can of Krylon.
Police trade in maybe? Who knows.