Gun Tweet of the Day: Glocktober 31st Edition

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Here’s some creative carving by a gunny who’s ready to let the neighborhood kiddies know he’s open for business tonight. Though we’re guessing any Moms Demand Action types who may live in Mr. Dechert’s neighborhood will probably shuffle their little ghosts and goblins right past his door to the next house. But that’s OK. Those kids probably don’t know any decent Halloween jokes. Besides, we doubt John will be handing out any whole grain gluten free stevia-sweetened free range treats anyway.

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  1. avatar SelousX says:

    Now Glocks come in orange. Cool. 😉

  2. avatar Ing says:

    Stevia is pretty wonderful stuff. But I have to warn you: free-range candy isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. I found some chocolate-covered raisins out in the woods once, and they were super nasty.

    1. avatar Nagurski says:

      Thank God, I had just put down my coffee.

    2. avatar cmeat says:

      this one neighborhood kid had rabbits. another one’s li’l bro’ stopped by and wondered what the “candy” was in his big brudders palm. “smart pills” he told him. “try one.” the six year old took one chew and spat- “tastes like shit!”
      “see, you’re gettin’ smarter already” came the reply.
      forty years later we still laugh about that. some harder than others.

  3. avatar Avid Reader says:

    He’ll probably hear from Glock’s IP attorneys before Moms.

    1. avatar Curtis in IL says:

      Nah. They’ll take the free advertising any day.

  4. avatar Angry & Irish says:

    That’s pretty freaking awesome. He better copyright that photo before Shannon Watts turns it into a Kroger ad.

  5. avatar Pantera Vazquez says:

    I have a long running collection of gun inspired images for backgrounds-new addition.

  6. avatar Anonymoose says:

    I too use my Glock 81 to carve pumpkins.

  7. avatar JoeVK says:

    Show of hands: Who here thinks that at least one child of an MDA member will end up shooting up a school in a giant temper tantrum because his/her mommy was so over protective?

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