Not sure if this really belongs here, but I thought I'd give it a shot.
I and a couple of colleagues have just finished up the first iteration of BubbaGun.com, a website featuring the worst hacked-up, home gunsmithing projects we can get photos of. I'd greatly appreciate it if you guys would take a look, offer any suggestions for improvement you may have, and perhaps submit your tragic photos.
We're trying to keep a light-hearted feel, taking much of our inspiration from "People of Walmart" and similar sites.
Thanks for the eyes, and if this post is out of like I won't be offended if it is removed or moved to a different area.
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March 15, 2012, 01:57 AM
Great idea, just need more content! I always enjoyed getting a chuckle at "bubba'd" guns before I was sad for the damaged firearm in question.
March 15, 2012, 02:04 AM
Thanks Der Stro - yes, we have several more photos to run, but we're really going to need user participation to keep it running.
One of the next guns on the list is AR with a hand-fluted barrel (done with a Dremel).
I try to take heart in the fact that most of these guns, even if not attacked with a hacksaw, would be badly pitted with rust by virtue of not being well cared for in the first place. At least, that's what I tell myself.
March 15, 2012, 02:15 AM
Eh, I guess I find it hard to get upset about what another adult spends his or her money on. Those guns may not be what I like, but that doesn't matter. I didn't pay for them. If the owner likes them like that, than that's exactly what they should look like.
March 15, 2012, 12:18 PM
It isn't upsetting at all, it's just kind of funny to see subjectively ridiculous things people do to firearms.
March 15, 2012, 12:27 PM
Great web site!
That Krylon Mosin reminded me of a German Mauser my dad loaned my older brother. He hand carved a bull elk into the stock and painted it with a high gloss black paint. Not sure if it was a rattle can job, but it was one of the few times my Dad was speechless. After that stunt, older brother had to hunt with that one, and I got the Rem 700 .270.