OMG! A Good Deed! At A Gun Store! OMG!

“Patrons who walked into Ade’s Gun Shop on Saturday saw something they might not have expected when shopping for firearms or jewelry,” reports. “Amid 12-gauge shotguns, AK-47 assault rifles and even Dirty Harry’s favorite – a .44 –caliber Magnum revolver, six teenage girls and two of their mothers packed lunches into neatly folded brown bags.” Wait for it . . . “On the last day of every month since Dec. 31 last year, Emily Atkinson and Tracy Lopez have led a small team of high school students who deliver bagged lunches to homeless people hanging out around the Santa Ana Civic Center.” That’s it for the gun angle. I don’t know whether to laugh, cry or cheer.


  1. avatar Sanchanim says:

    Well good for the store owners for letting them use the space. If patrons want to volunteer or donate I am sure that is ok too. People doing good deeds should be praised. Regardless of the location.

  2. avatar Bill Baldwin says:

    Shame on these parents. Letting those kids get close to those degenerate, dirty ‘things’. One might reach out and touch one of those young ladies and convince her to become a ‘gunzloonz’. Next thing you know, those young ladies might become sport shooters, maybe even shoot on yhe Olympic team.

    1. avatar Tom says:

      Think of the children!

    2. avatar Ralph says:

      Letting those kids get close to those degenerate, dirty ‘things’.

      That’s no way to talk about homeless people.

      1. avatar Robb says:

        hahaha nice one

  3. avatar gej88 says:

    Personally, I’m cheering.

    1. avatar Stephen says:


  4. avatar traye says:

    How long before some leftist pols want to ban this because “the nutritional content of the bagged lunches cannot be verified.”

  5. avatar LeftShooter says:

    “Oh sure, fatten up the homeless while the gun store hunters are waiting for the homeless season to open.” Clever. 😉

    Honestly, though, any good deed is good, indeed!

  6. avatar john geiselman says:

    good for them , we need more teenagers like them!!!

  7. avatar Derry M says:

    God bless these folks!

  8. avatar Aharon says:

    Uh oh, here comes California’s Children & Family Services SWAT Team to protect and separate those innocent children from those dirty phallic-shaped long-barreled objects their irresponsible mothers are letting them be exposed too.

    1. avatar bontai Joe says:

      That would be funny if there wasn’t so much truth in it.

  9. avatar E. Zach Lee-Wright says:

    Er, do the bags have the California lead warning labels? If the lunches are packed in a building with lead ammo……..

    Gotta protect the homeless regardless.

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