Guns make terrific art. Just ask artists Jeff Coons, who raked in $1.4m from CNN’s Anderson Cooper for an as-yet-nonexistent sculpture made from Sean Pean’s gun collection. (No, I did not make that up.) A reader emailed us a promo for the above object d’art by JD Cabrera, who’s slightly more familiar with guns than Balloon Dog boy. “JD’s extensive experience with firearms ranges from building single actions for Colt, lead gunsmith behind the startup of the current Henry Repeating Arms, inspecting firearms for import, building Uberti firearms in Italy all the way to designing the Colt Pony. The size of the table can be deceiving but it is 60” x 34” and stands 22” tall. The top is ¾” museum glass. The wood stocks of the guns were hand carved from a block of wood. The trigger guards were all created from pieces of brass and then gold plated. The gold plated balls on the end of the stocks can be turned to adjust the height of each leg. The sights have been fire blued, just as the original ball and cap muzzle loaders were.” $25k Interested buyers please email firstname.lastname@example.org. More pics after the jump . . .