Gun owners are constantly tweaking their weapons. Here are some the weirdest (and coolest) custom conversions we’ve seen.
Sometimes it’s just not perfect when it comes out of the box. Here are guns that just needed some personal customization to become even better.
The 870 has a reputation for reliability and it’s inexpensive making it the perfect platform for custom conversions. Here’s a couple of our favorites.
This powder blue 870 is equipped with a pistol grip and a vertical forend. This is the gun Juliette Lewis used in the movie Natural Born Killers.
This 870 has been tricked out with a full duracoat of digital camo, a tube extension, a Magpul bull pup stock, a red dot sight, and a tactical light. Home invaders will head the other way when they see you coming with this thing.
The 10/22 is another favorite among gun nuts and custom conversions like these are one of the reasons why.
A 10/22 Tommy gun? Yes, please.
There’s a 10/22 in there somewhere. We swear.
The fact that over 37 million of these guns have been made since its introduction makes them cheap and perfect for the shade tree gunsmith looking to do some tinkering and tinker they have. Check out what these folks have done with their Mosin Nagants
This is the shortest possible version of this infamously long gun.
This Mosin Nagant is set up for some long range shooting.
Like the rest of these guns, Glock pistol are just fine the way they come from the factory, but some shooters looking for increased stability or firepower have felt the need to modify them. We have to admit these custom conversions are pretty cool.
This carbine stock helps you handle your Glock while the red dot sight ensures that you are always on target.
This one is still in the prototype stage, but it is too cool not to see. The Never Empty Double Gun holds not one, but two Glocks and the sythetic stock makes aiming your Glocks a snap.