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Steve on Apr 14, 20225 out of 5 stars
though much photographed, General Thompson's trench-broom stands here as never before revealed. A man-cave must!
Tedd on Dec 26, 20215 out of 5 stars
Item was awesome... Thanks for everything... the photo looked great...
seth on Sep 24, 20215 out of 5 stars
The Quality is superb! Great detail. This makes a great addition to a gun room, office or man cave. Awesome conversation piece.
How I got the idea for this art project....
First of all I'd like to apologize for the relatively unrefined the poor iphone pictures I took of my framed firearm prints. They look 10x better in real life than in the poor lighting with reflections, etc you see here. I'm no website builder, marketing whiz, or photographer. I'm just a long time gun collector and shooter who stumbled upon making these prints.
This project's roots go back to a day when I had a receiver shipped to my office. A pair of curious workers, knowing my hobby decided to "take a peek" while not opening the package. They CAT scanned it and sent me the image via our instant messaging system as I was working off site that day. That's when the lightbulb went off!
I experimented and continually refined the technique to make even more interesting images. I scanned various guns using a variety of methods to produce source images that were then refined. After two years and multiple generations of test prints I have produced what I feel are the best such images ever created. The prints are meant to be framed. They make for great man-cave art and is a very unique addition to any gun room.
As far as I know I am the first to do such a project and hope you enjoy these prints as much as I enjoyed making them.
The majority of these firearms are from my personal collection but some are loaners from friends. Most are BATFE registered transferable machine guns. The older firearms from WW2 are generally matching numbers (Curio and Relics) originals.Some have interesting pedigrees and stories behind them.
I'm continuously adding new designs as time allows. It's not a simple process. Once the scan parameters have been tailored for a specific gun and the source images created they are tediously worked on by myself alongside my graphics designer. Then each requires a couple months or more of test printing at a professional print shop with each gun subsequently undergoing many revisions until you see the final print offered here.
Thanks for your interest.
Owner, Maker, Designer
I've been collecting interesting firearms for many years and just recently combined that hobby with my profession which is medical imaging.
All prints mail out USPS 1st class in a heavy duty mailing tube.
I no longer offer shipping outside of North America due to unreliability of the carriers.
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
I don't accept cancellations
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
I charge flat rate $5 shipping for domestic orders. International shipments are confined to Canada only at a fixed rate. Unfortunately I've had to cease offering international shipping elsewhere due to unreliability of the mail carriers causing too many lost packages. That sucks I know.
Custom framed prints take about 1 week to create and about 2 weeks for delivery. Framed prints are for domestic USA based sales only and have a $20 mailing fee.
Tracking numbers are provided for all shipments. Be forewarned that oftentimes USPS tracking is imperfect concerning details of where the shipment actually is while in transit. It's pretty good about stating only when it arrived and when it shipped out. The address its being shipped to is auto-printed onto label using the exact mailing address you entered when placing the order (unless you instruct me otherwise). So if the tracking looks weird take comfort and give it a few days and you'll get your print. Ultimately, if you fail to receive your package as indicated by USPS tracking then typically I will eat the entire order and refund your entire purchase amount.
Additional policies and FAQs
If you are interested in retailing my prints I do occasional wholesale deals. Just contact me for details.
Frequently asked questions
Do you ship internationally ?
Only to Canada now because the mail carriers to other international destinations have been unreliable with too many lost or damaged packages.