A Utah-based gun manufacturer is taking heat for its customized kit that encases a Glock handgun in Lego bricks – putting a weapon that looks like a toy in the hands of owners for just a few hundred bucks.
Culper Precision in Provo said in late June it wanted the Second Amendment to “simply be too painful to tread on.”
“Here’s one of those childhood dreams coming to life, the Block19 prototype, yes you can actually build Legos onto it,” the company announced on its Instagram page. “We superglued it all together and surprisingly it survived a little over 1,500 rounds in full auto at Shootah this past weekend.”
The colorful customization option started at $549 and went up to $765 depending on the design, according to the Firearm Blog.
“The idea is that customers who have a Gen 3 or 4 Glock 19 with a black polymer frame and have already purchased an aftermarket blank slide … can