Don’t laugh; I gotta make this safe before the teacher shows up!
From the cover of LIFE DEATH Magazine.
Reloading this on stage 7 is gonna suck!
Duck and cover is for pansies.
This one is rusted shut too! Man, I can’t believe Chicago is going to pay us for these!
Damn straight, FTW. I can’t come up with anything nearly as good as that…
Show and Tell Before Columbine
IF you want to take it in that direction…
“My teacher’s been very very bad…”
Stupid Adults! When will the learn making it harder to rack and pull the trigger won’t stop us.
“Doggone it, Dad, I told you this Humpback was too much for me…”
No damn red is gonna teach in my school!
“The most difficult part,” Lucas continued, “was researching what kind of handheld radios were in use during that period. The great folks we have over at Industrial Light and Magic- just a bunch of great, really talented guys- have actually come up with a radio you carried in a backpack. So little Jonny here, whenever he held a gun, will now actually be holding the handset, and will be wearing a field radio backpack for the entirety of the movie now.”
Uh oh…Play-Doh bullet is stuck…Grandpa’s gonna be ticked!
Little Johnny struggles to operate the bolt button on his new California compliant .22.
Dumb adults leaving this laying around. Need to safe this so someone doesn’t get hurt!
Now I know why Dad said I would go blind if I kept doing this!!!!
Little Johnny get’s his version of The Rockets Red Glare ready for the 4th!!!!
Inset: The beginning of a legend. “That’s where the Action in ‘Action Jonny’ came from,” Jonny revealed. “Big misunderstanding. It was pretty tough, though. I’ve had jars of mayonnaise give me more of a fit than that thing.”
If Davy Crockett can do it, so can I.
“No. There isn’t an easier way.”
“Paps always does this…”
“Yes. The grimace helps.”
What “action”?? This ain’t doing a damn thing!
Don’t worry, I’ll get us extra recess…
Shortly after this photo was taken, Little Johnny quickly became known as “little 4-finger”…
Dont worry teach Ill get that there mouse for ya.
I can’t believe that “Mezkan” will pay us 2 grand for this thang! …ya ‘ think Pa will notice it missin’?
Dad, how many times have I told you: Hoppes #9, wipe it out, apply a little oil. How many times?
Alright you Primitive Screwheads, listen up! You see this? This… is my boomstick! The twelve-gauge double-barreled Remington. S-Mart’s top of the line. You can find this in the sporting goods department. That’s right, this sweet baby was made in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Retails for about a hundred and nine, ninety five. It’s got a walnut stock, cobalt blue steel, and a hair trigger. That’s right. Shop smart. Shop S-Mart. You got that?
I have no choice. Scott Farkus and his little toady Grover stole Ralphie’s lunch money again and Farkus “triple-dog dared” me to do something about it.
Time for Show and Tell.
I got an M-1 thumb from a shotgun!
Racking that bolt takes you back every time.
Double feeds bro, double feeds…
Kid 1: You sure you know what you’re doing?
Kid 2: Yup. How else we gonna get the cat out o’ the tree?
There was a time when a shotgun in a school wouldn’t draw a second thought from anyone. We used to bring our rifles on the bus so we could hunt squirrels after school. People would piss their pants and scream like their hair was on fire if that were to happen today.
No kidding!!!! Ah the good ol days!!!!! I remember riding my dirt bike to school with either my .22lr or my 410 single shot strapped on it somewhere!!! If I got up early Enuff I could get in an hour or so of rabbit or squirrel before school!!
Nowadays all the politicos have done is make it easier for the BG’s to have an uncontested shooting gallery!!!!
Wonder what they would say if it happened in the school their kids go to?!???
She was holding the gun like this, but with a bikini on!
Ok, last time. Then we get the AKs. They never jam.
A young Dan and Robert get their hands on their first gun.
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