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Name them. The ugliest FACTORY rifle, pistol, & shotgun.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Maelstrom, Aug 12, 2008.

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  1. Maelstrom

    Maelstrom Member

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    Nothing bubbafied. The guns that came from the factory lacking all aesthetic properties.

    I'll start the list off.

    Rifle: French Berthier (Think Mosin Nagant but uglier)
    Pistol: Hi Point 9mm comp (The Liberator gets a free pass from me on this one)
    Shotgun: Mossberg 695 (Something about bolt-shotguns seriously displease me)
     
  2. lloydkristmas

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    hmmm off the top of my head....Mossberg bullpup shotgun, steyr 9mm pistol, and that new .223 Beretta assault rifle.
     
  3. oldgold

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    Swiss Vetterli for long gun

    Mac-10 family for handguns

    Lujitc monogun for shot gun
     
  4. JesseL

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    Too bad Hi-Point doesn't make a shotgun. They could pull off a complete ugly gun trifecta.
     
  5. Loomis

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    Ugly, but in a good way?

    How about the new kriss super V
     
  6. bensdad

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    Hey you heathens. My Hi-Point may not look good in a prom dress, but she can do everything that needs doin'.

    Ugly? Rifle... SKS with Bubba treatment. Pistol... Glock (all of um). Shotty... I'll say it. I ain't scared. Humpback (Browning A-5).
     
  7. Halo

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    Rifle: tie between FAMAS and Steyr AUG. I know some people think they're sweet, and I'm sure they are functionally fine rifles, but I find something innately unattractive about bullpups.

    Shotgun: anything done in camo pattern. Again, YMMV.

    Pistol: Ruger P-series. Gotta case of the fug.

    edit: are we limiting this to "reputable" manufacturers only? Otherwise the pot metal garbage guns will sweep the pistol category
     
  8. danweasel

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    Too bad Hi-Point doesn't make a shotgun. They could pull off a complete ugly gun trifecta.

    Hahahahha, that's the best one I've heard all day.

    Maybe the High Point shotgun could have a plastic heatshield with batman style wing accents?
     
  9. SG Merc

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    Any full frame Glock.
     
  10. matrem

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    The new"accurized" mini 14
    Anything I've seen from Hi Point
    Those "greenish" stocked pumps that Win made. (hope they've stopped?)
     
  11. Drgong

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    Sputter gun, with a followup of the owen machine gun.
     
  12. Wang

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    +1 on the Glocks.
     
  13. csmkersh

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    1. Weatherby
    2. Colt Double Beagle*
    3. Browning A5

    You know what I mean. :)
     
  14. Rule556

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    Anything made by Lorcin or Jennings. There's nothing uglier than unreliability.
     
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    Savage 99 lever... great rifle, but it sho is ugly.
     
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    It would be a tough competetion between anything from Hi-Point and the Steyr 9mm:barf:
     
  17. oldgold

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    Actually I think they were Italian made.
     
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    Mountain Eagle .22
    Ram-Line Exactor .22
    Grendel P-31
    Grendel P-30
    Grendel P-10
    Feather Guardian Angel
    Calico Model 110
    Intratec Cat
    Lorcin Model L-380
    Lorcin Model L-9mm
    Heritage C-1000 Stealth
    Colt Cadet .22
    CZ-100
    Sundance Pointblank Derringer
    Texas Armory Defender Derringer
    Lone Eagle Single-Shot
    Prairie River Arms Bullpup B.P. rifle
    Browning Recoiless Trap shotgun
    Marlin Model 55 Goose gun
    Remington Model 522 Viper
     
  19. Big Matt

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    Any bullpup rifle
    Glocks
    Most every Benelli I've seen.

    But then again I think I might like bolt action shotguns, although I don't own one.
     
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    This thread sucks without pictures
     
  21. oneshooter

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    Webley revolver!!!!!!

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    Oneshooter
    Livin in Texas
     

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  22. Deer Hunter

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    Oneshooter,

    YOU TAKE THAT BACK!
     
  23. glocksrfugly

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    As far as pistols go my username says it best. But Hi Point pistols would give them a run for their money. :D
     
  24. lee n. field

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    'Fraid I'd have to disagree.
     
  25. RecoilRob

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    I don't exactly think it is ugly, but the MAG 7 sure looks odd to my eye. However, it DOES work pretty well.
     

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