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Request for Feedback: A Woman’s Perspective on the “Pink Gun”

By February 7, 20143 Comments

On behalf of our client MG Industries, we have written this blog post to get the female insight and perspective about “the pink gun” issue and is this something women really want.

At SHOT Show, MG Industries unveiled the Muddy Girl Camo Pattern (a custom painted pink and purple camouflage version) for the MGI HYDRA Marck-15. It proved to be an eye catcher at their booth, but what they’re looking to know is if this look is something that women will want to actually own. 


We hope you will take a moment to look at the image and offer us your honest feedback in the comments section below. What do you think? Is this something you as a female would want in your arsenal? Would it increase a female’s likelihood to buy one of MG Industries’ firearms?

Please feel free to share this blog post on your social sites to generate more of a dialog. You can give your reaction to Ashley Burgess Gall at or in the comments section below. We will compile what we receive back and give this information to MG Industries. If they generate enough interest on this then they will consider adding it to their product line, but if women tell them they don’t want it, then they won’t add it.

We appreciate you taking a moment to consider this and look forward to your opinion!

Join the discussion 3 Comments

  • Bob Builder says:

    My wife saw the raspberry LCP. I then bought the raspberry LCP. She gave me back the black LCP. My daughter had her DE .44 colored pink. Wife and daughter both have pink range bags. They think guns should be pretty and work with their outfits.

  • Alisha says:

    I never want my weapon to look like something that should be tossed into the toy box next to Barbie. That said, other colors are welcome, and not necessarily those colors that blend with desert sand 🙂 I’ve actually seen a light pink version of “Mossy oak” or something that wasn’t bad. Blues are also nice hues that I think work well with firearms – but I haven’t seen many outside of Ruger’s 10/22 takedown last year. The colors on the AR shown above are a little bright for my taste, but not out of the question… maybe.

  • says:

    I don’t particularly care for pink camouflage, ever. It screams, “here, girls, this is designed just for you” even though it has no intrinsic value in and of itself (it’s obviously not a helpful camouflage anywhere).

    Then again, I don’t think I’d mind owning a colored handgun, like a teal or a red metal. That would be cool.