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Blinged out Browning 1919A4

From Creative Gun Worx:

wtf?

You can buy it here, for $17K.

13 Responses to “Blinged out Browning 1919A4”

  1. SGB Says:

    Metallica would love it.

  2. Sid Says:

    $17,000…. seems reasonbaly priced. I’ll just go ask my wife if we can buy it. If I never post another comment on this site…. you’ll know how those negotiations went.

  3. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Hell, I know where I can I get a De-Blinged version for 2 Grand! AND it come with accessories like 8mm, 30-06 barrels (currently running 7.62 Nato), carrying case, etc. Just ask the people at Jay’s NorthEast Shoot and Breda’s NorthCoast Shoot on how well it shoots.

    Hell, for $17,000, I could get a Barett, a couple of “SCAR Heavies,” ammo…..

  4. chris Says:

    Blinged-out is a charitable term for this kind of desecration.

    I find the original and replicas (Ohio Ordnance) of these early Browning autos to be beautiful.

  5. Bryan S. Says:

    They had me at machinegun… and lost me at semi-auto and crank.

  6. Kristopher Says:

    What an abomination.

    Did these retards get permission from the Herstal Group to put the Browning corp logo on a piece of re-worked War surplus?

  7. Spade Says:

    No.

  8. Stretch Says:

    There should be a 10th Ring of Hell for those who desecrate the Works of John Moses Browning. *faces Ogden and bows*

  9. Diomed Says:

    For a semi? Not just no, fuck no.

  10. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Soons ah gits mah grill n mah 30’s paid off I be all ova dat! Gawd.

  11. 45er Says:

    I think this falls into the meme. Because Eff You is why.

  12. firecapt Says:

    In the Rock Island Armory Museum, they have a gold-plated M60 machine gun. If I recall correctly, it was the 1 millionth one produced. The gold plating looks a little scabby in spots, but it was one of those company milestone things (SACO, I think.)

  13. Kristopher Says:

    firecapt: They didn’t do the plating right them.

    You do it the same way you triple plate, only you use gold instead of chrome for the last step.

    Any metal can be gold plated, but if you want it to last, you do it right. A layer of copper first, then nickle. Then put the gold over that.