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Tool Guns?

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#1 Phoenix69


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Posted March 06 2020 - 02:37 PM

 Mechanics Ready Taurus or Toolshed Garbage?












““This is a custom Cerakoted Taurus G3 with a theme by Dakota Bandit in Wahpeton ND. It includes the original box, two magazines and the gun itself. Shipping is $25 dollars to your FFL.


HOT GAT or FUDD CRAP? Mechanics Ready Taurus or Toolshed Garbage?

Have you ever wanted to argue your choices in both firearms and power tools at the same time?  If so you’ve arrived at the right location.  Finally, there’s a Cerakote job that goes hand in hand with the Mechanix gloves you may have seen in one of Hop’s many Taurus reviews.  Who knows, this could be a silent partnership with Hop himself.

Jokes aside, I do have to say I admire the dedication to the overall Cerakote job.  The M15 and M17 painted magazines are a creative touch but are still very over the top.  Other parts of the gun look like they were masked poorly during the Cerakote process, and the grip panels have some slight overspray.  Still, beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  So who knows, maybe there is a market for these power-tool themed gats.




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