My far-ranging missionary friend was in Northern Wisconsin a few days ago when he noticed this, um, unique Christmas tree. The book is John Lott’s much-loved, little-read More Guns, Less Crime. The belted ammunition appears to be 7.62 NATO linked blanks. Probably left over from a National Guard exercise. No live trees were harmed in the creation of this display. It’s a good, environmentally friendly, responsibly sourced way to celebrate Christmas.

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16 Responses to Gun Culture Christmas Tree

  1. No live trees were harmed in the creation of this display. It’s a good, environmentally friendly, responsibly sourced way to celebrate Christmas.–Good; hate to see trees wasted

  2. One certainly appears to be an M44 Nagant. I can’t ID the rest.

    Norinco beat me to pointing out that all those wood stocks didn’t come from algae.

    Pretty cool though. I’d chuckle seeing it IRL.

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