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Default Letís see your ugly gun!

We see a lot of beautiful guns here. We have folks worried about slight blemishes on their guns.

But there are a lot of badly dinged up guns, guns with signs of hard use or screamingly terrible maintenance, that are perfectly useful but ugly as sin.

One of mine is the 1917 below: at some time in the last 100 years, it fell on some hard times. Itís ugly as sin; it has no original finish and a ton of corrosion, but itís right at home in a saddle bag or a tool box. It shoots just fine: itís a real truck gun.

Letís see your ugly guns!
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My dadís butchered victory that served as his off duty/plain clothes gun.
Sorry no Rugers...
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As a milsurp collector I shall refrain from contributing pictures of all my ugly guns in case I kill all the forum bandwidth.
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I don't actually think this gun is ugly, in fact I think it's cool, but folks in general say it's ugly, so...

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Taurus Judge Magnum with Altamont Super Rosewood Grips.
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Here is mine. An old High Standard Sentinel 9 shot .22. Dull finish, flaking nickel, and generally an unattractive gun. But it goes bang every time, puts bullets where they are aimed, and has been carried many a mile outside.
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Excam 22. Bought it 40+ yrs ago,wonít hit the side of a barn from the inside,take it out every 10 yrs or so....nerp..
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Oops, I actually forgot about this guy, probably because I don't like to think about it...

My ongoing misadventure with a MilSurp Romanian Tokarev TTC.-20200612_173657-jpg

This is a MilSurp Romanian Tokarev TTC that I purchased online last Summer. It was the second gun that I ever purchased online sight unseen, and I went through a lot of stress over it because it was completely the opposite of what it was described online, that being "VG-Ex Condition -- Meticulously refinished and reconditioned" when it was in fact rusted, with a worn finish complete with scratches and grips that appear to be warped/partially melted by some form of heat exposure. To top it all off, the safety lever fell out the first time that I broke it down for cleaning.

Oh, and it's important to note that the picture posted above was taken AFTER I had cleaned it up. Sadly, the "Before" pictures I had taken were lost, but then again, it looked so bad before that it's probably for the best.
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Ugly to many, beautiful to me.

This is the first handgun I ever fired, the one my Dad taught me to shoot with.

H&R "Sidekick " Slabside Model 929 circa 1958ish.

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Done own one. But. One of the ugliest guns ever make( including glocks) was the plastic Ramline .22 auto pistol.
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OK, I'll do one. Mexican Model 1910 Mauser rifle made in 1931. Quite a few of these went to Spain and fought in their civil war. Afterwards they were nicely refinished. Clearly, mine isn't one of those. The black paint and the rack stencils were not applied yesterday or the day before. The stock looks like it caught the barbed wire fence at the border when it was tossed North. Bore isn't too bad.


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Anxiously awaiting for someone to post a Kel Tec Sub 2000
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My ugly gun is a 1969 Belgian made Browning SA-22. I got it for cheap as it needed a new buttstock ( old one was patched up and split from improper take-down) missing several parts and rust on the receiver and barrel. I couldn't remove all the rust and pitting so I Cerakoted it grey.
It's ugly but man does it shoot nice, better than the 1964 Belgian next to it.

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I sold a ugly banged up Model 10 and bought a ugly on the inside Model 19-2 that cleaned up good . Has holster wear on cylinder and barrel but is a smooth action shooter .
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I actually posted this before, in a thread I titled, "My Ugliest Rifle".

It's a bubba'd Yugoslavian Mauser. But it shoots pretty good, that group was shot at 100 yards:
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I actually posted this before, in a thread I titled, "My Ugliest Rifle".

It's a bubba'd Yugoslavian Mauser. But it shoots pretty good, that group was shot at 100 yards:

Yeah, a typically bubba'd Mauser. Is it a 98 with a non-matching bolt and stock or a 24/47?
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Here is one of mine. It is a 1949 Pre-10. The Sambar Stag grips on it in this picture, pretty it up very nicely!
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You'd wonder how that gun got to looking like that.
I imagine that it was quite literally a tackle box gun, owned by an avid fisherman living by the coast, who never took it out and cleaned/lubricated it.
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Anxiously awaiting for someone to post a Kel Tec Sub 2000
DRAT, you beat me to it. I was going to say the exact same thing, but I sold it a while back when the .40 Glock and this gun in same caliber (magazines work in both, which makes it a great idea) both became a little too brutal for my decaying body, so sold them at the same time. I do have one other ugly that I need to go get a picture of.
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This is my ugly gun -- a Six Foot special. From 6' away it is a 'lovely' gun, up close in your hand "Just move along nothing to see here." Jim Brewster, we're both Wisconsin guys, but I moved to better weather, told me, "Any M27 is worth $600. " I believed him. He did not sell me this revolver, the local premium gun emporium did.

To improve it's character, I changed the grips. It was belt sanded to remove heavy pitting, and then reblued by the previous owner. The plus features are 5" barrel, smooth trigger pull, and Patridge front sight. It has a tight lockup, no push-off, and reasonably accurate.
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Like other things in life, it looks bad but feels good.
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Original grips from 1968...

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No ugly guns here
But this is my least handsome:

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I don't have any ugly guns, just a couple that are less pretty than the others.

I guess it would have to be this one, just because it has some wear and the grips are.....yoogley. It's a Rossi 5-shot .38 Spl., belonged to my Dad, the only handgun he ever had.
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Not quite ugly, but this would probably go the closest in terms of beauty challenged. She's a little chubby but who am I to throw stones. Lol.

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Hey, on a dark night with people trying to kill you, she's Marylin Monroe.
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I used to cut guns for the dept with a chop saw. They were disposed through the courts to be destroyed.

mainly junk but I recall cutting many P85s. Steel cut easier but those damn alloy frames of Ruger to include the junkers like Bryco and other small alloy frames would destroy the cutting wheels.

Aluminum oxide blades would cut steel like butter but alloy frames.....watch out for flying parts of broken blade.
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It's a 24/47.
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My ugliest is a k32...every time I call it ugly, everyone tells me how lucky I am to have it and how it has character...buck teeth and all.

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Colt New Service in .45 Colt made in 1903. Still is accurate and does the job at 30 yards.

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Here is mine. 1972 M12-2, but the grips match
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Here is mine. An old High Standard Sentinel 9 shot .22. Dull finish, flaking nickel, and generally an unattractive gun. But it goes bang every time, puts bullets where they are aimed, and has been carried many a mile outside.
I'd say mk22ss's Sentinel is near mint compared to my example. severe flaking on the frame, mismatched trigger guard and white grips. But it is more accurate than my post war K22 and I'm not afraid to scratch it.
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This is my favorite old vet. A 1913 Sauer with Imperial Markings I got as a gift from another collector. A veteran of the Great War and although not pretty, it still works. And carrying would not hurt it much :-)
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Colt Army Special.41 with poorly cut barrel.

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This has got too be the ugliest gun in the world. It's chambered in .38 Short Colt and I gave more for a box of shells than the gun cost. The bore is terrible but I shot it 6 times and it spins the bullet. Larry
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Most of the guns shown are ugly because they have been neglected and/or abused. Here is one that was ugly from the get-go. 8mm Rast-Gasser. A gun that I bought specifically because it's ugly, and for the name.

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I just can't imagine a thread about ugly guns that doesn't include a Webley or an Enfield.
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Don't have a pic but my current contender is a Colt Army Special in 41 LC. Worn and a little pitted but reliable. A "desk gun" in my office.
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Korth Sky Marshal.
I concede!!! I thought I had first place but I'm not even close. Larry
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Here's one that is in really good condition for being cheap when new and 70 years old. A H&R 922 7th variation from 1951. She's ugly but she sure can cook. If you remember those lyrics you are likely as old as the revolver.
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A well used, worn and put up wet 1939 KCPD registered magnum.
Shoots like a dream with 148 grain wadcutters or 158 grain round nose.
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Hereís mine.

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I don't have one but I do have a buddy that does.
Korth Sky Marshal.
That gun looks like it was assimilated by the Borg.
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Not quite ugly, but this would probably go the closest in terms of beauty challenged. She's a little chubby but who am I to throw stones. Lol.

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I had a P90 years ago, 45ACP. Needed some money, so it went bye, bye. A couple of years went by, and I missed it. Found another 1 with box and papers for $300. Had to have it. What they lack in beauty, they make up up for strength & quality. Bob
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