Christmas Spirit Pew-Pew Style: Kitfox Firearms Cookie Cutters

(Photo credit: Kitfox Design Group)

‘Tis the season for Christmas cookies – and Christmas music, decorations, and trees, but I digress. I know I’m not the only one who does some holiday-specific baking this time of year and even if you don’t bake, I’m sure you eat them by the pound (just saying).

Whether you’re making gingerbread cookies or classic white sugar cookies I have the cookie cutter for you: Kitfox Design’s Firearm Cookie Cutters.

Gun-themed gingerbread cookies? Yes, please. (Photo credit: Kitfox Design Group)

The pew-pew cookie cutters are available now and come in sets of five including one each: Krink, AR, GLOCK, Revolver, and Silhouette Target cookie cutter. The cutters were designed and are sold by Sara Westman of Kitfox Design Group.

Westman is also the genius behind those firearms coloring books that were so popular last year (yes, I have one).

{Photo credit: Kitfox Design Group)

Now for the details: the cutters measure between 3.5 and 6.5 inches and are made using food-grade stainless steel. They are handwash only. Cool bonus? They come with downloadable recipe cards and more recipes will be shared on the Kitfox website as the holidays progress.

These are legit awesome stocking stuffers and useful year-round not only for Christmas. Priced to sell, too, at $15.99 for the set of five. Go exercise your freedom in cookie form today by hitting the Kitfox website here. The fact you can and should use these cookie cutters for holiday parties where anti-gun relatives might be present is just the icing on top.

Side note: Coloring books shipping straight to APO/FPO/DPO addresses for the holidays will ship with a complimentary set of colored pencils, a sharpener, and an eraser through December 24th. Take note the guaranteed Christmas delivery cut-off is December 1st (but, again, the complimentary items will be included on all orders placed through December 24th as listed above). Check it out here.

Kitfox firearm coloring book

(Photo credit: Kitfox Design Group)

Target: 3.5″ x 2.22″
Revolver: 3.35″ x 4.125″
GLOCK: 3.79″ x 5.25″
AR: 2″ x 6.25″
Krink: 2.4″ x 6.25″

MSRP: $15.99


  1. avatar B320 says:

    What is that central shape in the dough, a post-ATF raid dog?

    1. avatar CZ Peasy says:

      Did you not read the article? It’s a krink. Obviously. No gun safe is complete without a krink.

      1. avatar Jonathan-Houston says:

        You’re not looking at the same picture. He’s referring to the one with six distinct shapes. All five in the set, including the Krinkov, are accounted for. It’s that sixth amorphous blob outline that is the Rorschach cookie.

      2. avatar B320 says:

        Wrong picture.

        If not a dog, then some sort of ant-eater or perhaps a honey-badger?

    2. avatar Ken says:

      From their FB page, answering that question: ” . . . our logo, for internal branding so weirdos can’t steal our photos like they tried to do with our coloring book”

      1. avatar B320 says:

        Ha, thanks! That’s a good idea. And I’m glad the ATF didn’t dispatch their dog.

    3. avatar Bloving says:

      I had to look it up too… Their logo is a pouncing fox in mid-leap.
      Yeah, the cookie is a shapeless blob but if you squint just right you’ll see it.

  2. avatar Mike says:

    I also have the coloring book, a gift from last x-mas. Need to add the cookie cutters.

  3. avatar CZJay says:

    So triggered right now.

  4. avatar H says:

    Send them to school with your kids and we’ll be reading about it nationally. 🙂

    1. avatar CZJay says:

      Breaking: Young white male brings a sweet brown AR-15 to school. Entire school put on lock down as police clear the lunch room of all offensive items.

  5. avatar possum says:

    Wait until mom sends that bag of cookies to Skool, hoo boy, pop tarts be damned

  6. avatar Geoff "Mess with the bull, get the horns" PR says:

    When I think Kitfox, cookie-cutters ain’t it :

    In action :

    1. avatar bontai joe says:

      Airplanes are also the first things I think of when I hear “Kitfox”. I first got literature on them 33 years ago. I was taking flying lessons and saving up to purchase a kit to put together. Then along came this woman……

  7. avatar Chris T in KY says:

    This is a great way to introduce guns to young children. The gun community needs to be unconventional in its thinking to expand the understanding of and support for gun rights. Why not use cookies to show children their constitutional rights? I like the idea for a 2A class at elementary school level.

    1. avatar Geoff "Mess with the bull, get the horns" PR says:

      Careful, Chris –

      Can you imagine what a cookie would look like that would teach that gays have a constitutional right to get married? 🙂

      1. avatar Chris T in KY says:

        Well, since you brought up the subject.
        I have a very vivid sexually imagination however I keep that just with my wife and no one else. But I can just imagine what the gays would want in cookies to promote “childhood activities”, in OTHER people’s children.
        (Smile back at you!)

  8. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

    just don’t nibble the barrels down too short…

    1. avatar Curtis in Illinois says:

      You have to eat the stock first, to avoid manufacturing an illegal SBR.

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