Two separate Santa-themed pro-gun ads are being criticized for mixing firearms and the holiday spirit. Gun owners are standing up for the ads.
“I haven’t seen any bears on my cameras for a few months, so I was pleasantly surprised and happy that he knocked out Santa right in front of the camera,” Martinez said.
Times are tough for quasi magical philanthropists. First no one believes you’re real, and then, when you show up in a sleigh packed with holiday cheer for all of the good boys and girls of the entire world, you become a target. So we’re asking–what’s Santa packing?
Dear Mr. Kringle. It’s that time of year again. Time for modest request and justifications of the past year’s actions. Well, I’ve been good, but I’m getting tired of all the noise. This year I’m hoping for a slient night. The .30 caliber kind. And the best way to do it is the Silencerco Specwar.
A burglar was caught (quite literally) in the chimney of a Naples, Florida residence when…
Who wouldn’t like to see the two shiny barrels of a double rifle sticking out of Santa’s big bag of presents? I’m laying out dozens of extra cookies because I’m shooting for the stars. This year, I’m asking Santa for Ernest Hemingway’s Westley Richards .577 Nitro Express.
Santa, anything on my list will do. Sure, I have my favorite, and although I’m still trying to figure out what happened last year, I have forgiven you, which is why this year I’m giving you a list of 10.
I’ve been good, I promise. And last year, despite a clean record, I got stiffed. But I’ll admit my list was ambitious. This year I’m going for practical. And Jolly Ol’ St. Nick needs to pony up for a new 3-5-7 from TALO, the best Smith & Wesson 686 around.