Community for Kel-Tec Shooters banner
1 - 12 of 12 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,827 Posts
Ive never seen any either. It would Be a cool bedside gun, easy to find in the dark!
And just as easy for the intruder to see also.
 

·
Grand Poobah
Joined
·
898 Posts
I'm a more subdued gun color kinda' guy. Black, FDE, OD green, desert tan, various shades of grey and camo are all good. I do own one stainless, but will pass on being as flamboyant as a Hollywood Blvd pimp.

As for a bedside gun, you should never have to see it to find it in the dark. It should be within arms reach, and always in the same spot. Just like a concealed carry piece. You don't look at it to draw. You don't even feel, it's just there.

Agree with Phil. A glow in the dark gun is like tracers. They work both ways. BG's can determine your location as well.

To each, their own.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,050 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Ah well. Make that 16! I guess they would have to be exposed to light to activate the glow. Ive got at least one chrome plated, pearl handled, sissy pistol. I find white guns appealing. Probably from watching to much Star Wars. I mean, if your gonna pimp out your KSG and PLR-16 in a color, I would love to see them done full blown Storm Trooper white.:D
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,827 Posts
Ah well. Make that 16! I guess they would have to be exposed to light to activate the glow. Ive got at least one chrome plated, pearl handled, sissy pistol. I find white guns appealing. Probably from watching to much Star Wars. I mean, if your gonna pimp out your KSG and PLR-16 in a color, I would love to see them done full blown Storm Trooper white.:D
In Texas, we call that a Bar-B-Q gun. When a cowboy went to a Sunday afternoon after church cookout lunch, he wore his best outfit. That would include his suit, spurs, boots, hat, belt, holster, and pistol. A fancy dressed up firearm in Texas is a Bar-B-Q gun. I have one. A 1911 STI with turquois and silver inlaid grips, and engraved and gold inlaid frame and slide. I have a black tooled leather gunfighter rig to match.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,050 Posts
Discussion Starter · #9 ·
In Texas, we call that a Bar-B-Q gun. When a cowboy went to a Sunday afternoon after church cookout lunch, he wore his best outfit. That would include his suit, spurs, boots, hat, belt, holster, and pistol. A fancy dressed up firearm in Texas is a Bar-B-Q gun. I have one. A 1911 STI with turquois and silver inlaid grips, and engraved and gold inlaid frame and slide. I have a black tooled leather gunfighter rig to match.
Pics or it ain't true.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,827 Posts
Pics or it ain't true.
I'll try to get my brother in Ne. to text/email me some. He is putting a custom threaded barrel in it for me. We are going to send it back to Volkmann to replace the sights. Working on the exterior of this piece is outside my, or my brother's, expertise. My brother has a Manufacturer's FFL. Gunsmithing runs in the family.
 

·
Premium Member
Joined
·
4,986 Posts
And just as easy for the intruder to see also.
I assume that the Muzzle Flashes would achieve the same result. :D

Peace favor your sword,
Kirk
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
4,827 Posts
I assume that the Muzzle Flashes would achieve the same result. :D

Peace favor your sword,
Kirk
If you see my muzzle flash, I'm not doing my job.
 
1 - 12 of 12 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
Top