Jingle Bells, ballistically speaking (VIDEOS)

12/18/18 8:30 AM | by

Jingle Bells, ballistically speaking (VIDEO)

Dating back to 19th Century England, the old “One Horse Open Sleigh” bit is always a holiday favorite, especially when you add some hardware.

In the above installment, Tim Kennedy dons the Santa gear to give his own rendition of the Yuletide classic for Ranger Up.

Since you have come this far, we also have the below for your approval.

Santa Claus himself clocking in with a 1911 and 98 rounds of hardball:

Top Shot Chris Cheng’s .22LR version with a Musical Targets system, Volquartsen Custom Superlite .22LR rifle and Leupold glass:

Russian ISPC shooter Vitaly Kryuchin with dual Glocks and a backup band, but sadly no dancing bear:

And to the cherry on top: The Black Rifle Coffee Company guys, complete with sleeveless Christmas sweaters, Ralphie, and NFA gear:

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