Smokin' Hot! Preview of Hot Shots 2013 Calendar (VIDEO)

Hot Shots calendar has released an oh-so-tempting preview of its 2013 calendar.

Guys like guns. Guys like pretty girls. Put the two together and you’ve got an instant hit. That’s the basic idea behind the British Hot Shots calendar, which shows off gals of a slightly different caliber. Whether in frilly lingerie, bikinis, or military fatigues that are certainly far too skimpy to be standard issue, these gals show off their guns (we do mean that in the literal sense, and in the dirty sense) in these lip-biting photo shots.

They’ve released a tantalizing preview of next year’s models with this video clip, showing off two of the beauties, Rosie and India. They answer a few burning questions that fans might have about their gun experience, including “Which gun barrel do you prefer, the 10 inch or the 16 inch?” We won’t spoil the answer for you — you’ll have to watch the clip and find that one out for yourself. 

And don’t be ashamed to spend the £10 (about $15) on one of these calendars, because 50 percent of all proceeds go to the UK’s Help for Heroes. See? it’s for a good cause. It would almost be a crime not to buy one of these. 

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