It’s always a good idea to be armed at Christmas

     Posted By: Alex - Sat Apr 28, 2012
     Category: Holidays | Advertising | Weapons

None of the pistols shown in the ad are any good. One should never buy a pistol where the caliber is less than a 4.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/28/12 at 10:03 AM
Yes, Officer, there was some guy breaking in the house by climbing down the chimney! I think I hit him, though!
Posted by TheCannyScot in Atlanta, GA on 04/28/12 at 10:23 AM
Yeah, those pistols are worthless, thats why a colt woodsman target .22 is for sale on gunbroker right now for only $4000.00
Posted by Gunsaregood on 04/28/12 at 10:29 AM
$4k to plink rats at the local dump? (Went over to Gunbroker and found one for $975 as a collector's item.)
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 04/28/12 at 11:09 AM
@Expat: You're right thats for a Colt Target, it looks like the engraved match grade is the one going for 4K:
Posted by Gunsaregood on 04/28/12 at 11:41 AM
4.0 or 0.4? Because if you shoot a hand-held anti-aircraft gun, I want to be on your good side!
Posted by Mark on 04/28/12 at 02:30 PM
My parents live in Fiji where guns aren't available, so for home protection he has keeps the spear gun handy. Probably not the most dangerous weapon, but if you shoot somebody the barbed spear has a cord attached so you they aren't going to get away very easily.
Posted by Miles on 04/28/12 at 02:32 PM
Just what you need for the argument around the Christmas dinner table. And for whoever gave you those stupid chocolate exfoliating beads!
Posted by Baughbe on 04/28/12 at 06:06 PM
Boy have things changed. Nobody would dare give a gun for a Christmas gift anymore.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 04/28/12 at 07:14 PM
"Nobody would dare give a gun for a Christmas gift anymore."

Hunh. Y'all don' live 'roun' these parts, I kin tell.
Posted by A Mindful Webworker on 04/28/12 at 08:07 PM
Guns are still given as Christmas presents down here
Posted by Blissfully Lost on 05/02/12 at 08:28 PM
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