Calibur Prints provides a new take on a classic collection of military guns.
LOS ANGELES, CA –-(Ammoland.com)- At an early age Justin Janes, the mastermind behind Calibur Prints, developed a strong interest and appreciation for the history of the U.S. military and their firearms.
His father, a highly decorated military veteran, told Janes of his wartime experiences and frequently took him to the gun range.
Armed with vast gun knowledge, Janes decided to combine his passion with his profession, graphic design, to create Calibur Prints. In June 2013, he took his idea to Kickstarter.
Janes first studies every piece of a particular firearm, learning the name, location and function of each one. He then turns them into a graphic illustration that shows a deep appreciation for their look and purpose. To bring it all together, the Calibur Print is an exploded diagram of the whole firearm with labels to aid people in their understanding of the high level of thought and detail. The fascinating look and noticeable quality makes Calibur Prints a welcomed addition to any living room, man cave or hunting lodge.
“Caliber means two things, the measurement of the quality of a characteristic and the measurement of the bore of a gun barrel,” says Janes. “Calibur Prints was created to embody those two aspects in my expression of historical firearms.”
Currently, Calibur Prints depicts four historical firearms, including the AK-47, AR-15, M1911 and M1 Garand. The .357 Magnum Revolver, Mossberg 500 and Uzi will be added to the collection if crowdfunding goals are met.
To learn more about Calibur Prints or to place an order, visit http://kck.st/12Jb3LH on or before August 23, 2013 when the project’s crowdfunding campaign ends. Janes will then move toward full production of the prints. You may also find Calibur Prints on Facebook and Twitter @CaliburPrints in order to stay up to date with the campaign.
About Calibur Prints
Justin Janes founded Calibur Prints in June 2013 to combine his passion for military firearms and graphic design. At an early age Janes developed a strong interest and appreciation for the history of the U.S. military and global affairs. He learned much about wartime experiences and historical guns from his father, who is a highly decorated military veteran. He expresses his deep knowledge of military firearms through a graphic portrayal of the mechanical parts inside each one, as well as a correlating guide that labels every part individually. Each design includes detailed information such as the firearm's original designer, the period when it was produced and other relevant facts specific to each respective firearm.