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November 28, 2011


Gun club invites children to pose with Santa... and their choice of firearm


(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)


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Hey, you can't start them too early, right?

My sister lives in Scottsdale. I suggested she take a picture.

My uncle who was a policeman would come to the family gathering as Santa on his dinner break. Since he was still on duty, he had his service revolver on the outside of the suit.

Santa packed heat. I guess it is only fair that children be permitted to carry as well.

i am gobsmacked. we only carry knives in our family.

We have a number of family traditions, some of which are court-ordered. Passing through a metal detector is one of them.

Now we know what happened to the reindeer. Rudolph mounted on the wall makes a good nightlight for the little ones.

I always knew the story of Grandma getting run over by a reindeer was bull. She ate lead.

Apparently the Pentagon visits this Santa every year,
and gets a new supply of weapons to sell illegally arm gangs supply our troops...

Do NOT get on this Santa's "naughty" list.

"You'll put an eye out!"

...He knows if you've been sleeping..
...He knows if you've been bad....
...He's packing a big 420 Colt.....
...So you'd better better bolt....

I think he's a little bit more naughty then nice...I don't want that guy sliding down MY chimney.

Or pose with Mrs. Santa on a tank.

Go ahead, make Santa's day

Maybe kids packing heat is the new nice?

When did Eric Holder know about this? Operation Frozen and Furious?

You have to ask yourself, do I feel lucky? Well do you, punk? Ho Ho Ho.

Perfect for when the little tyke wants to put out a hit on a bully for Christmas.

The family that slays together stays together.

Why no 155 mm howitzer or personal cruise missile? The Second Amendment says "arms."

Santa: "Say hello to my little friend. And it ain't an elf".

Holy frijoles, that's a minigun over Santa's right shoulder. At 2,000-6,000 rounds a minute, the "Do you feel lucky?" question is moot.

Occupy the NorthPole found out what happens when they (elves) try to pitch tents in Santa's Front yard!

Obviously Ralphie moved to Scottsdale when he grew up.

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