These 10 firearm paint jobs are some of the coolest designs we have come across and should serve as great inspiration for your own guns.
A firearm is more than just a tool for hunting, self-defense or target shooting. They can also be a representation of each owner’s individual style and taste. While some of the following firearm paint jobs may not be the best idea for the hunting blind, they are all still pretty awesome.
You can’t go wrong with a tribute to one of our country’s fine military branches when custom painting a rifle.
9. Ol’ Glory
Nothing says “America” like an AR-15 rifle fully painted in the red, white and blue of our nation’s flag.
8. Tiger Stripes
This isn’t one of the flashiest firearm paint jobs of all time, but its understated splash of color makes a statement without being overbearing.
7. For the Ladies
Custom firearm paint jobs aren’t just for the guys. Female shooters like to stand out at the range as well and the pink flower design on this stock would help them do just that.
6. Breakin’ Clays
The skeet shooting range may be one of the best places to show off custom firearm paint jobs and the lightning bolt shattering a clay pigeon painted on this shotgun stock is sure to turn some heads.
5. Patriotic Plinker
Another unique take on the American flag theme, this rifle shows off our nation’s colors in a different, yet still awesome, way.
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4. Torn to Shreds
This is by far one of the coolest shotgun paint jobs we’ve ever come across. The painted shreds exposing a chainmail-esque interior make this one badass-looking scatter gun. The custom work on the receiver only adds to the image.
3. The Green Monster
Custom firearm paint jobs simply do not get much better than this. The intricate and detailed design, in addition to the vibrant colors, make this rifle’s paint job one of the best we’ve seen. The Nightforce scope and high-end accessories only make this rifle even more on target with its design.
2. Armed Varmint
This paint job may not be for everyone except “Looney Tunes” fans, but it looks like our favorite cartoon canine finally got his hands on some quality weaponry.
1. Stone Cold
This rifle stock is so real-looking that it could have been carved from actual rock. The subtle skull imagery is a very nice touch.
The options for custom firearm paint jobs are almost endless. They can be a great way to show off your passions or make a certain gun truly your own.