Gray Glocks as well as slides and frames in gray cerakote from Omaha Outdoors take the visual edge off a formerly black gun, helping it blend in with a variety of backgrounds, surfaces, and gear while also looking like something out of a post-apocalyptic movie. Factory gray polymer frame Glocks are a Lipsey's exclusive, which we carry, but if you don't like the shade of gray that comes in, we offer sniper gray and urban grey as well as other cerakote variations to meet your visual needs. Our in-house artists do great work that we can be proud of, and we offer a 12 month workmanship warranty to back that up. If we cerakote something for you and it peels, flakes, or wipes off during cleaning, we'll refinish it for free. We don't cover accidental drops or normal wear and tear from holstering.
Gray Is Way More Tactical Than Black
Watch any 80s or 90s action movie and you'll see that the tactical guys, good or bad, wear black. The problem with black is that it's unsurprisingly darker than almost anything surrounding it, making a black gun or uniform easier to spot than it would seem, even in a dark alley. Gray, on the other hand, blends well with a lot of background colors and isn't as immediately recognizable as a gun color should your inside-the-waistband carry pistol accidentally become visible to bystanders for a fraction of a second. The old concept of being the “gray man” meant blending in and not attracting attention while still having the capability to protect yourself or others when necessary. What better way to embody that philosophy than with a gray gun?