Incendiary Image Of The Day: Fire Extinguisher Gun

Image courtesy Student Of The Gun

Finally, some gun-safety warnings we can all pay attention to! Duracoat did up this low-priced Mossberg Maverick over-under with a custom ‘Fire Extinguisher’ coating for the guys at Student Of The Gun. Make the jump for more incendiary/extinguishing fun…

Image courtesy Student Of The Gun

Why didn’t they Duracoat the flashlight too? Probably because they were saving their last can of orange whoop-ass for the left side of the buttstock, that’s why.

Image courtesy Student Of The Gun

“Double Barrel” Joe Biden never thought we’d have this much fun with his stupid shotgun idea, did he?


  1. avatar Nine says:

    I’d buy one.

  2. avatar PeterC says:

    Sign me up.

  3. avatar Samuel Suggs says:

    why are the threats hands up right before he shoots him?

    1. avatar Samuel Suggs says:

      seriously WTF

    2. avatar William Burke says:

      It’s the Carl Grimes Threat Assessment Method (CGTAM).

      1. avatar Jozan says:

        Someone trying to hand you a shotgun muzzle first with their hand on the grip is not surrendering. Carl made the right choice.

        1. avatar William Burke says:

          Not second-guessing Carl’s choice so much, but everything about the gesture and the body language said, “take this; I surrender”.

        2. avatar Jake says:

          Billy that dude was going to try to take that kid hostage when he got close enough. Nobody would see a kid with a gun as a threat, he tried to talk his way into a stronger attack position and the kid saw right through him.

          Some of the folks around here get mad when cops shoot immobile suspects to death before they even start to move towards the officers. I would bet that if a suspect tried to get close to an officer and directly hand them the firearm barrel first with their trigger finger ready it would earn them a lead breakfast from the cops most people would not question. The situation for Carl was no different, except that he wasn’t dealing with some deadbeat banger, he was dealing with a member of a group that was there to exterminate his family.

    3. avatar Ralph says:

      why are the threats hands up right before he shoots him?

      Because the gun was decorated for a SWAT officer and the artist couldn’t draw a dog.

    4. avatar Cliff H says:

      Marketing error – this was supposed to be captioned as the anti-zombie model.

      Alternatively it could be indicating that the BG was preparing to lunge at the muzzle of your shotgun.

  4. avatar Craig says:

    Wait, this is a real shotgun? I thought it was a fire extinguisher that looked like a gun. Cool idea and I wouldn’t mind buying one for the novelty factor.

    But for actual home defense? No. Hold that thing up in a courtroom before a judge and jury and you’ll look like an ass. Besides, its only got 2 shots.

  5. avatar Ralph says:

    Man, that’s hysterical! I might have that Duracoat job done to a range toy or a display piece, but for a wall-leaner, probably not.

    Your home protection boom stick should be plain, or maybe have flattering campaign pictures of your local DA and Sheriff engraved on the stock against a background of bald eagles unfurling red, white and blue bunting.

    1. avatar William Burke says:

      For the local DA or sheriff, a picture of Obama might work better.

      1. avatar JeffR says:

        I just envisioned a custom Ruger 10/22 or Henry with Obama’s face etched into the stock. Not a happy thought.

    2. avatar Taylor Tx says:

      Man I want that as my home defense and bird slaying shotgun, angels would play trumpets and druids would chant.

  6. avatar Halinator says:

    They should make a Biden version, shooting blindly through doors or into the air in your neighborhood with no idea of your target or what is behind it…

    1. avatar C says:

      Has to be airbrushed though. In the style of 70’s vans.

  7. avatar jwm says:

    Man, that’s just Fugly. I don’t require great looks from my bang sticks, I love Mosins after all, but that crosses too many lines to ignore. Ray Charles could see the Fugly shining off that.

  8. avatar Fug says:

    That might actually be the ugliest goddamned firearm I’ve ever laid eyes upon. Is it a Maverick, hecho en Mexico?

    It is beyond bubba, perhaps a sheepdog was licking himself and he was inspired to make this. That is the only explanation I can think of.

    1. avatar Jay1987 says:

      Think flower powered out Beetle or Cadillac Ranch or car henge. It, like most art cars, ain’t too pretty but it is fun to look at and try to figure out why.

  9. avatar Jay1987 says:

    Does it come in a glass front case that reads ” IN CASE OF EMERGENCY BREAK GLASS” and has a lil tomahawk hangin on a string attached to the case?

    1. avatar Jus Bill says:

      That would make it perfect. Hang it up in the Met or MOMA and the liberals would absolutely drool over it.

      1. avatar Jay1987 says:

        Put one in every principal’s office in the nation and watch the antis stroke out.

  10. avatar C says:

    Great, now i have to hit up all of the pawnshops i can find looking for a beater to duracoat.

  11. avatar shawn says:

    At least he did not shoot someone in the face and have taxpayers pay for it to go away…yep Cheney is worse.

    1. avatar Craig says:

      How dare you insult Dick Cheney?

    2. avatar ensitue says:

      If that story went away how does a hapless, Occupy Everything anti-gun maroon know about it?

  12. avatar Jeff in Tacoma says:

    It’s cool, but I’d rather get my Tavor and Mossberg 930 dipped in A-tacs FG.

    1. avatar Jus Bill says:

      Sorry, but that thing needs an orange muzzle.

  13. avatar Out_Fang_Thief says:

    The only reason for a gun to be this color is to denote that it’s a practice/training reproduction, something used to teach people how to shoulder, and how to stand when firing, a shotgun. Lots of Youtube videos document the power of a shotgun in the hands of the uninformed. Hey, at least they didn’t paint it zombie day-glo green.

    1. avatar William Burke says:

      “The only reason…”

      Way to appoint yourself the arbiter of what other people should do with their own firearms.

  14. avatar Julian says:

    What’s the story on that Tactical Kilt?

  15. avatar Greg in Allston says:

    So, you used this gimmick in a totally legit DGU. The local DA decides to press charges anyway despite all evidence indicating that the DGU was a clean shoot (I know, that could never happen in real life, right?). I wonder how the jury would look at that bit of evidence when the prosecutor presents it to them while trying to paint you, the defendant, as a violent, raving loon gun nut.

    Besides, that’s got to be one of the stupidest and fuggliest things I’ve seen in awhile. Not only that but it’s a red gun, you know, like the inert red guns used for training purposes. This is not a good idea at all.

  16. avatar Jeff M says:

    Is this one for sale? Now to have a custom “fire extinguisher rack” built, so it can be mounting and readily available when needed. Maybe in the kitchen, another in the garage, another in the basement, etc.

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