On April 6, a custom machine shop in Odessa, Texas, released photos of a Glock handgun it reworked to look like the pistol used in Nintendo’s “Duck Hunt.”
The machine shop that recreated the Nintendo gun is Precision Syndicate, LLC.
They announced the gun on Facebook, writing, “Finally… We were waiting for someone to let us do this. We weren’t the first to do it but WOW, this Glock turned out good!”
Gone is the all-black Glock look. It is replaced by a grey frame and a white slide with red lettering and accents. A new barrel with rifling inside and out replaces the Glock factory barrel as well.
No word on whether Precision Syndicate will create more of the Nintendo-inspired pistols for retail sale.
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