Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster

Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster

Total gangster!

Editor’s note: Whistle pig hunting season is kicking off in Idaho, which means it’s time to gun up with the appropriate tool for the job: Ruger’s 10/22 Autoloading rifle.

Correctly billed as “America’s favorite .22 rifle for the past 50 years,” the 10/22 is about as American as apple pie and as ubiquitous as a Ford truck.  But there’s one problem with the traditional 10/22.  It lacks flair.

Have you ever seen “Office Space”?  That scene where Jennifer Aniston gets berated because she’s only wearing 15 personalized flair buttons instead of being decked out in full regalia (37 flair buttons) like her indefatigable coworker, Brian?  That’s what the regular 10/22 is.  It’s the uninspired, Jennifer Aniston employee. It needs more flair!


Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster

Plenty of designs to choose from at Stocky’s Stocks.



Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster

Went with the Burris XTR II.


Flair equals fun.  Flair is an expression of your personality.  When it comes to the 10/22, flair comes in the form of a sweet custom Stocky’s stock, a badass Burris XTR II and an integrally suppressed barrel from Gemtech.  That’s how to get this party started.

In the video above, Clay walks you through how to go from plain Jane to full gangster with your 10/22.  As you’ll see, it’s really simple to do.

  • The Gemtech integrally suppressed MIST-22 barrel retails for $599.  Visit the Gemtech website to learn more.
  • The 10/22 laminated thumbhole stock from Stocky’s Stocks start around $199.99.  Visit the Stocky’s Stock website to learn more.
  • The Burris XTR II starts at $1,319.  To learn more, visit BurrisOptics.com.
  • As for picking up a 10/22, there are a ton of new and used ones on GunsAmerica.  Click here to start shopping now!


Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster

The Gemtech MIST-22 integrally suppressed barrel.



Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster

The MIST-22 retails for $599.


P.S. For those of you who are sensitive to the word “gangster” because of its affiliation with street violence, please note that in this context “gangster” is meant to be taken in the non-literal, amusing sense of the word.

We shouldn’t have to clarify this as it should be obvious that our use of the word is meant to be entertaining.  Yet some readers will indubitably point out that we shouldn’t use “gangster” when referring to customized rifles because it plays into the false narrative created by anti-gunners that “all firearms are evil, but some firearms are more evil than others and thus should be banned.”  Well, screw the anti-gunners!  We’re not going to kowtow to their ridiculous logic.  We’re having fun this weekend.  They can go suck on a tailpipe.

About the author: is a former Marine and Green Beret, retiring out of 3rd Special Forces Group. He is a multi-decade and -service sniper, as well as 3-Gun competitor and Master ranked shooter in USPSA Production. In addition to writing about guns, he is the author of “Last Son of The War God,” a novel about shooting people that deserve it. You can also follow him on twitter, @offthe_res or his website, Off-The-Reservation.com

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  • Don Chanow August 4, 2017, 2:12 pm

    What I want to know is what difference did these modifications make to the accuracy of the rifle? An earlier post stated he was at the range when someone had a 10-22 with a high dollar barrel as described in the article and the rifle would not shoot 2 inch groups at close range. When the shooter replaced the Gemtech barrel with a factory original, the rifle was more accurate. I have to wonder the purpose of spending 5 times the cost of the rifle to make it less accurate.

    • LG September 18, 2018, 10:50 pm

      Don ? M-ON-E-Y. That is the difference and ego There is a sucker born every minute.

  • Cam March 4, 2017, 6:57 pm

    Does it even shoot MOA? I
    Was at the range some time last year. The guy next to me had a mist barrel and it wouldn’t shoot 2″ at 50 yards. He pulled the barrel off and put on a heavy fluted barrel, don’t know what brand, and boom he was clover leafing at 50″.
    Put me Buying to a no go.

    • Joe March 22, 2017, 7:13 pm

      Let’s talk about the build! Can anyone tell me what mount he used with the scope? All in all cool gun. I’ll forgo the barrel and the scope and go with something easier on my wallet and it will be cool because it’s mine. It’s nice that there is such a broad market for 10/22 accessories! Cool and fun!

  • Chris Cordova March 2, 2017, 5:16 am

    Reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Eeeeee eee eeee. Reeeee eeeeee

    Gangster gun? Bullet buttons? Get that death machine away from me! You should be ashamed of yourself, handling that big, mean killing stick! #BanAllGuns #MakeHillaryGreatAgain This is why I need my safe space on campus!

  • DRAINO February 26, 2017, 9:33 am

    And for all you ignorant in whistle pig trivia…….Clay is referring to the Richardson Gopher, which is extremely prolific and emits a shrill whistle as part of it communication repertoire…..hence the name “whistle pig”. They are an extremely resilient, and damaging pest. They are an interesting little critters that are TONS of fun for target practice(with said gangster 10/22’s) and also especially fun to watch blow up when impacted by your favorite high speed fragmenting varmint bullet. You just haven’t had fun till you have burned through a case of 22 ammo in a weekend from shooting gophers!! I realize not everyone has had such a pleasure……and may even scoff at such a thought. But these are the folks who have never witnessed the damage they cause livestock and property, plus carry the fleas that are known to carry black plague.
    They are NOT the same as ground hogs, nor prairie dogs. They are their own class of destruction. And rabbits took lessons from these little guys, as far as breeding goes…..IT’S INSANE how fast they reproduce!!!!

    And for all you butt-hurt about the use of the term “gangster”….I hope you are using the same tone and language discretion with YOUR OWN KIDS that you are with a grown man who has spent ALOT if time defending our country, just so you have the right to spew your half digested bologna and bad-mouth him. Talk about poor taste…..and hypocritical!?!? Disagree and politely move on. Don’t get mad at him because you have no life, spend WAY too much time on the internet and clicked on his article. Don’t go away mad….just go away.

    AMERICANISM!!! NOT Globalism!!!

    • LG September 18, 2018, 10:53 pm

      Thank you Draino. Well said

    • Douglas Phillips May 1, 2019, 1:32 pm

      Bravo and hallelujah Draino! Amen

  • R.H. February 25, 2017, 11:06 pm

    “Turn Your Ruger 10/22 from Plain Jane to Full Gangster”? No, no, no. I would have gone with “Bitch, Pimp Out That Ruger 10/22 Mutha F***a!” I was expecting a lot more gold, chrome and leopard print – man was I surprised. As for the comments of the cost of these mods – so what? Have you seen all the crap people hang on their AR-15’s that they shoot once a year? I think the mods look great! Nice work (other than the title)!

  • kk February 25, 2017, 9:34 pm

    this dudes breathing is “gangsta” wtf man invest in a wind screen .. i’ve noticed it in ALL of your videos and its drive’n me craaaazy..
    i know, i know “no-one made me watch” and on my way out “dont let the door hit me where the good lord split me ” ..yeah yeah yeah…..

  • Jay February 25, 2017, 5:56 am

    I can see that this article tipped off a lot of negativity and for good reason. I will agree that any firearm owner can spend their hard earned money in anyway they see fit but a written article with “gangster” in the headline, come on! We, especially in this day and age when so many have absolutely zero common sense and no logical though process, must be careful in all we say, do and write in order to gain back all the rights we have lost. When we write articles, we need to write in a constructive way not destructive way as the latter will immediately cause a reader to be on the defensive, as can be seen from the comments! If you want to represent any firearm owners, do so in a way that shows respect for everyone concerned, or you will cause harm to all of those who believe in our 2nd amendment rights!

    • will February 28, 2017, 9:16 pm

      I would like to politely disagree. we do not need to cower away from what we want to say or how we say it! We are free Americans that need not apologize for our speech. We don’t need to cower in our holes like rabbits to protect our rights. We know what that will get us. Unless you are a gangster and want to keep it on the down low, please don’t cry alligator tears and say this is why … hates us! That kind of pacifism is our whole problem.

  • Frank Black February 24, 2017, 2:38 pm

    Most all of you are so negative I am very glad I don’t have to live or work with you. Where is your video of one of your projects we can watch. You just tear other people down to make yourself feel better. Seriously sad people.

  • Gary Fowler February 24, 2017, 1:39 pm

    I have to agree that gangsta or gangster is not the right word for what was done to that 10/22. Stupidity would be my word. Spending that kind of money on a $250 gun and still only have a .22 caliber rifle that probably does not shoot any better than the original can only be described as “STUPID”

    • Jason February 24, 2017, 9:42 am

      While I wouldn’t dump that kind of money into a .22, it’s none of my business telling someone else how they should spend their money. NOMB, and NOYB.

    • Ray February 24, 2017, 1:03 pm

      Maybe if he put a carpet, or mat down he would seem more “knowledgeable”, and the rifle would stop sliding all over. But adding on expensive foo foo that doesn’t really improve anything, and out values the 10-22 itself is a fool’s waste of money. Somehow he forgot the one basic need—-a sling !

    • Geezer February 24, 2017, 1:55 pm

      Ditto that!!

    • Woody February 24, 2017, 2:28 pm

      If you want a “gangsta” 10/22, go get yourself a Scottwerx “Chicago” 10/22 conversion kit, they are bad ass!

    • WES February 24, 2017, 6:20 pm


      • Jack February 25, 2017, 7:27 am

        Kinda like the guy who spends 5-10,000 dollars on a custom built rifle that’ll shoot 1/8 inch groups but actually he can’t shoot better than 4 inch groups at 100 yards because he thinks money will make him a better shooter.

      • Carrie February 25, 2017, 4:16 pm

        Your going to need a gangster ass gun to convince Jennifer Aniston to date your ignorant ass.

    • Carrie February 25, 2017, 6:06 pm

      That’s not a lot of money to some people. I guess being successful and hard working makes you “stupid.” This barrel is well worth the money if you have little ones you want to take out shooting without all the noise.

  • Chris February 24, 2017, 1:12 pm

    Might want to think about a trigger upgrade as well. You can have the best barrel and stock but if you really want accuracy a trigger job is a must.

    • jim February 24, 2017, 8:57 am

      i agree. at the very least spend another $35 for a volquartsen target hammer kit.
      i would add that he has way too much scope for a 10/22.

  • david hamilton February 24, 2017, 1:06 pm

    “Gangsta” nor “Gangster” is anything I have the least desire with which to be affiliated. I have no “Gangsta” leanings and own no “Gangsta firearms. However, I think the term is used here more in a lame attempt to add “cool factor” and garner attention than for descriptive accuracy. At least I hope so, because if customizing a firearm is now considered, “Gangsta”, the hobby has truly gone to shix.

  • Wm February 24, 2017, 12:29 pm

    “Gangster” “Gangster”
    To hell with anything “Gangster”

  • srsquidizen February 24, 2017, 12:27 pm

    Yeah your choice of adjectives was not good. The liberal media will turn this into a story about gun nuts out there building customized automatic [sic] rifles for gangsters.

  • Mike February 24, 2017, 11:58 am

    Originally I purchased a Rugar 10/22 Carbine back in 1974. And it worked FLAWLESSLY for me until 2016 when I returned it to RUGAR Customer Service for a minor \”rebluing\” of the barrel . It had after all these years developed a slight rust blemish. Had to reparkerize the receiver for the same reason and refinished the original stock in polyurethane coating. Rudy\’s Gun Shop is only several miles down the road from the N.H. Rugar Factory. And they allow customers to drop off any Rugar firearm there so they can personally take it into Rugar for you at NO Charge to Customers. I received a phone call from Rugar Customer Service a day or so later asking me what would I like them to do for me ? I asked them if they could do a rebluing job for me. No Problem I was told… About two weeks later, I was called by Rudy\’s Gun Shop, I had a Surprise Package waiting for me from Rugar Customer Service at their shop. When I arrived, I found a Brand New Rugar 10/22 with a brand new stock in a new box with my name on it from Customer Service. I was baffled, called Rugar and was told they had decided to give me a Brand New 10/22 Carbine for being a long time Loyal Rugar Customer ! AND I bet my Old 10/22 had a low serial number on the receiver as well. Now THAT is Good Customer Service / Relations… Proof of you make a Great Product it will Outlast your closest competitor. NOW Dealing with the Title of this Article, it was Totally Misleading.. I had expected something along the way of having a Rugar 10/22 Carbine made into a .22 cal version of a 1927 Thompson Submachine Gun with the detachable shoulder stock, the Snail Drum Magazine and a Violin Case.. Not a Custom 10/22 worth a grand or so… That would be a 21st Century Custom Rifle, NOT a \”Gangster Rifle\”. Recently I attended a local Gun Show and observed another Custom Rugar 10/22 rifle for sale that looked like the Famous WW 2 M1 Carbine Rifle. The shoulder stock was a modern version of the M1 Carbine, with the original Ruger receiver fitted to it, with the \”typical M1 Carbine front sight\” at the end of the barrel. Too bad they couldn\’t have added a special 10/22 rotary magazine with the extension of a M1 Magazine at part it it. I would rather invest in something like that which would have instant resale value. That New Version was only $ 338.00 each. As for me, I will stick with my New Unfired Rugar 10/22 in the box along with my M1 .30 cal carbine collectors rifle. Thank you for an interesting article in site of a Misleading and Unnecessary Click Bait Title. P.S. The State Of N.H. Just Put into LAW yesterday with the New Republican Gov. Chris Sununu signing of SB 12, Constitutional Carry Bill into Law. Now, unless you wish for a CCW for Out of State Carry. N.H. Residents no longer must have a CCW permit issued by a local Police Chief, or some Bureaucrat in the SPD in Concord or an elected Political Hack for We the People to utilize the Right of Concealed Carry for defending of self, family at home or in public. We the People already enjoyed the Open carry of any handgun in N.H. as long as you were not a Felon, Drug Addict, Domestic Violence . Crimials and Leftist / Socialist Political Hacks and their Supporters as well as Terrorists Do Not what the Law Abiding General Public to be Armed… Now three of the Northern New England States have Constitutional Carry and Residents of those three states can legally cross over the borders between them without being made into a \”criminal\” by some bureaucrat or revenue generating state statute. P.S. I am a Retired LEO and Approve of SB 12 Totally !!!

    • oskar February 24, 2017, 4:15 pm


  • Homebrew February 24, 2017, 11:46 am

    I’ll keep my 45 year old 10/22 that I swap between stock.22 & stainless .17mach 2 with Weatherby Mk22 scope, for varmints. Even use .17PMC single shot for squirrels and the occasional rabbit. Great knock about gun.

  • kenneth napp February 24, 2017, 11:14 am

    It’s your firearm call it want you want like the style of the stock and a suppressed barrel (we can’t have it CA. jealous )

  • Grampy Tom February 24, 2017, 11:03 am

    To the commie fag weasle who deletes my comments: go fuck yourself. Be a man….you have my email contact me directly! It’s Ok, you are protected by your annonymity and not talking to me in person.

  • Todd February 24, 2017, 10:56 am

    Gangsta? Naaahhh!
    Big Pimpin’?
    Just plain pimped-out?

    Gangsta would be those goofs who have the yuuuuge mags, muzzle devices, short as possible barrels and folding stocks.


  • Paul Skvorc February 24, 2017, 10:52 am

    Jeezus! Could you get a more STUPID title for an article? The only thing I can think of is something like “Build A Gun That Looks Like It Is Used To Commit Crimes and Kill Women and Children. Are you people 14 years old?

  • Grampy Tom February 24, 2017, 10:48 am

    Give more ammo to the democrats. Gangster Guns will be a new rally cry for those anti-Americans. I don’t really care if you shoot yourself in the foot (natural selection) but don’t shoot the rest of us with your marketing-over-common sense language. Gunwriters never cease to amaze me at their loose and dangerous use of language…… but then I remember that they are a type of journalist, which we all know is a totally irresponsible class of beings.

    • DRAINO February 26, 2017, 8:43 am

      Hate to tell you this but ANY gun is ALREADY and ALWAYS WILL BE a rally cry for the “democrat…..anti-Americans” you speak of. You display the journalistic double standard quite well. “Democrats….anti-Americans” can get by with this crap without a word spoken against them. But if a gun-loving conservative says something you think is controversial…..Katie, bar the door!!! The world is ending!! Go join the snowflakes or toughen up, Buttercup!!! If you know anything about the author, you know that he’s not even trying to be a journalist…..he is a gun-guy telling people about things he likes/doesn’t like in the firearms industry. Which is what we need today….no BS info. Same reason a lot of folks voted for Trump….they are tired of the politics as usual BS and wanted someone who WASN”T a politician!! I don’t want a journalist who is trying to sell me THEIR agenda. I just want someone to tell me about the products….with NO BS. You don’t agree…..seek your entertainment elsewhere.

      • TommyG March 7, 2017, 1:14 pm

        A very famous American once said,”I disagree strongly with what you say, but I will defend to the death, your right to say it!” Unfortunately that extends to the media, whom don’t report the news anymore! Now the mainstream media present opinions, not facts, and misinformation.
        People used to criticize Russia for feeding the people Partyline garbage as news. It would seem that American, “journalists ” have picked up on the way it’s done in the Communist block.

  • Paul Ruffle February 24, 2017, 10:45 am

    No offense, but I think “gangster” is the wrong word to describe a customized Ruger 10/22. You write, “in this context “gangster” is meant to be taken in the non-literal, amusing sense of the word.” I’ve never heard of a non-literal amusing sense of the word gangster. I think you’ve come up with your own definition of the word that no one has ever heard of. I’m not sure what your motive is, maybe you just want to generate some controversy. I agree with Willie C. that a “gangster” 10/22 makes one think of a Thompson style kit complete with drum magazine.

    • Rider793 February 24, 2017, 6:04 pm

      Johnny Dangerously

  • Chris Baker February 24, 2017, 10:30 am

    “They can go suck on a tailpipe.” LOL As strict as the EPA has been on exhaust emissions, that should actually give them a breath of fresh air. Might clear their minds a bit.

    I paid $200 for a stainless/aluminum, laminated stock 10/22 a couple of decades ago and it shoots marvelously. I have a $30 4X32 Tasco scope on it and I love it just the way it is.

    That’s mine and I’m happy with it. But anyone who wants to make it into a fancy gun should go for it. I don’t care. I don’t understand all the derogatory comments, but I also don’t understand the desire to modify an excellent firearm such as the 10/22 without actually improving it’s shooting capabilities in any major way for what are relatively huge investments.

  • manse February 24, 2017, 10:27 am

    Too much heavy breathing and table banging. Wear a gorilla suit next time. As for that whistle pig, shot placement is critical on a drive-by shooting while standing on the running board of a ’30 Ford. Gangster style! Don’t forget the cigar and baggy pants.

  • Marvin becton February 24, 2017, 10:17 am

    Well I see there is a bunch of snowflakes in gun industry also, people! Why even comment if your negative about what he did to his rifle..I could say the same about someone about putting a 500 .00 barrel on a DPMS you still have a DPMS but I wouldn’t comment about it , he supports his passion and ours ( at least most of us ) and the industry we love .so why be negative? If you don’t like move on to the next article.. SMH in shame.

    • Steve G February 24, 2017, 1:02 pm

      This ^^^^^. I was about to make the same observations. What a bunch of triggered whiners.

  • Joseph Comfort February 24, 2017, 10:10 am

    I completely understand why you would say “Gangster-ize” and then defiantly explain what your “intent” was to say. Choice of language is the most fundamental part of communication. Choosing inflammatory language then retracting or re-defining your intent, is the hallmark of “NewSpeak” and a cornerstone of the President and his troupe of goons. Prattling on about “screw the anti-gunners if they can’t take a joke” and “they can suck on a tailpipe” is the language of a boor. You sir, neither represent me, nor the intelligent, logical and steady-minded gun owners that get lumped in with you. Your pitiful choice of words and piss-poor context that you carry are intentional and evidence of your agenda – not to educate, but to intimidate. No one is going to be curious about the shooting sports because of your article and not a single soul on the fence will be influenced to the pro 2A side of the argument. I’m afraid that this may be the tipping point where I un-sub from GunsAmerica as clearly they will publish anything to get couple extra clicks.

  • Jason February 24, 2017, 9:21 am

    At the end of the article it says “We shouldn’t have to clarify this as it should be obvious that our use of the word is meant to be entertaining. ”
    Well, it’s not entertaining. There is nothing good or entertaining about “gangsters”. It is a negative thing and should never be used to glamorize anything. It would be like saying let’s murder out this gun, or let’s rape this gun out, or let’s holocaust the hell out of this gun. Gangster is not a word you ever use to describe something good, or cool etc. I could give a crap about the anti-gun tards, but please don’t give the term gangster and inch of credibility.

    • Jer Star February 24, 2017, 9:44 am

      And the recent prolific pejorative use of the word ‘tard’ for ones idealogical/social/political opposite doesn’t do the same? This low brow article caters well to its low brow audience.

      • Mike February 24, 2017, 11:22 am

        @ Jer… Perhaps, You should go BACK to the NPR Site you Drifted from
        and listen to Epic “Bernie Sanders Rants”… Or listen to the latest SNOW
        Weather Reports…. to blend in with being a Loembrow
        Listener / Troll of Conservative Sites. Perhaps you can go find and have
        a Social(ist) date with “Margret Koffman” of the Communist ILK >
        another TROLL of Conservative web sites.

      • turkeychoker February 25, 2017, 11:22 pm

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    • kk February 25, 2017, 9:40 pm

      its “millennial” speak get with the times old man !

  • Tripwire February 24, 2017, 9:05 am

    My version is..Buy Ruger 10-22 for whatever the price is at the moment, say $200.00 (if by some freak of nature you haven’t owned one for over 50 years (:D) ) Spend remaining $2K+ on ammo and go “Gopher” hunting. And yes it’s “Gopher”
    Sorry but this was one from Clay that I can’t get behind.

  • Robert Bradley February 24, 2017, 9:01 am

    Seems like you wrote an article with no integrity…click bait.

  • Jay Hammond February 24, 2017, 8:57 am

    Wait, wait, wait —- so “gangsta” is not offensive, but “gangster” is offensive?

    I’M SO CONFUSED !!!!!!!!!

  • Jay Hammond February 24, 2017, 8:41 am

    I was SOOO hoping to see the Thompson-look-alike stock kit that I saw a few years back. Turns the 10-22 into a 1927.
    I guess I’m too old to associate “gangster” with “gangster”……

  • Onthe Wall February 24, 2017, 8:34 am

    You do realize only ‘GANGSTERS’ would be able to afford a Ruger 10/22 that costs $2,300 with tax. That is inisane!

  • DRAINO February 24, 2017, 7:41 am

    HOLY CRAP!! A $600 barrel for a $225 rifle….???!?!?!?!? LOL!!! I know, you were expecting another comment about the “gangster” moniker….LOL!

    AMERICANISM!!! NOT Globalism!!!!

  • jim February 24, 2017, 7:25 am

    uh, you left that horrible factory trigger in there?

  • Pat February 24, 2017, 7:16 am

    “gangster”? Really?

    You use terms like “gangster” in a positive light, BS. You’re part of the problem.
    You’re an idiot.

  • Dr. Strangelove February 24, 2017, 6:50 am

    Calling it gangster contributes to the coarsening of our language.

  • Raleigh Thomas February 24, 2017, 6:16 am

    RE:P.S… calling anything relating to legal firearms ‘gangster’ is still stupid. Maybe you could add a bipod mounted 90 degrees sideways on the left forearm to stabilize it on your car door window. But, then again, dumping $2300 on a 10/22 is pretty ‘gangsta’… taking an old $500 Impala and dropping a $10,000 metalflake paint job and $15,000 in rims and $5000 in stereo amps in it…. and park it in front of Section 8 housing. Brilliant.

  • Willie C. February 24, 2017, 6:14 am

    When I read the term Gangster the 10/22 I was expecting to see it decked out into a Thompson style kit, drum magazine and all!!

    • Ken W. February 24, 2017, 7:59 am

      That’s exactly what I was expecting as well.

    • Spleephus February 24, 2017, 1:53 pm

      Totally Agree, Tommy Gun is what I was expecting. Makes me wonder if you need the tax stamp for that suppressed barrel as well??? Anybody know?

  • Dan February 24, 2017, 5:24 am

    Telling it like it is! Granted 10/22 is a plain Jane! But, sweetish there is! It’s like the “girl nice ” door! The plain one yet she turns out geogoreous! Thanks goodness for flair! Sunday dress that is!

  • Roantree February 24, 2017, 5:14 am

    I like guns as much as anyone but article that talk about “Gangterizing” guns is the wrong message. Let’s just have gun with the guns and not add fuel to the fire.

    • Leigh Rich February 24, 2017, 6:08 am

      More of a Race Gun than Gangsta. I was expecting a “Chicago” Conversion Kit, LOL

    • Burt February 24, 2017, 6:55 am

      Did you bother to finish reading the article, particularly the last paragraph???

      • Cyrus February 24, 2017, 8:17 am

        Yes – I did read the last paragraph and this guy is an asshole giving the snowflakes more ammo against us!

        • Randy February 24, 2017, 8:56 am

          I live in California………………there goes my 10/22. Thank you for that Clay Martin.

        • Burt February 24, 2017, 9:07 pm

          …so screw the snowflakes. Really!

  • mike s February 24, 2017, 5:08 am

    Pimping the Ruger Dime Double Deuce.

  • James Green February 24, 2017, 2:43 am

    Correction: It’s not Grangster… It’s Gangstah!

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