The pulled-back handlebar, wheels and paint are the clearest differences between the Gunner and Victory’s other bobber, the High-Ball.
While some might complain that the Gunner is nothing more than a repackaged Victory cruiser, they would be both right and wrong. The Gunner embraces the bobber ethic: take an existing bike and peel away the layers for a cleaner look and better performance. While there are clearly things that an OEM cannot strip away (I’m looking at you, license plate holder) that a private builder would, with the Gunner shaving 11 lb. from the dry weight of its sibling, the Judge, to tip the scales at 649 lb. dry (which translates roughly to 683 lb. with all fluids) , the bobber ethic is front and center.