Home Rifles Incendiary Image of the Day: The Easter Bunny Cancels the Egg Hunt... Rifles Incendiary Image of the Day: The Easter Bunny Cancels the Egg Hunt Edition By Robert Farago - March 31, 2013 19 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR SIG SAUER Adds a PRS Model of Their CROSS Bolt Action Rifle BREAKING: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Uses Strict Scrutiny To Strike Down California’s Ban on Semi-Auto Rifle Sales To Young Adults B&T Announces a 16-Inch Barrel SPC9 Pistol Caliber Carbine 19 COMMENTS James Yeager? Reply I hope he doesn’t have a hare trigger. Reply FTW! Reply It’s okay, we are safe. The Easter Bunny doesn’t have a trigger finger, apparently. Reply That’s what the winter trigger guard is all about… Reply Over the years Ralphies bunny pajamas and Red Ryder have evolved. He now protects his hometown from evil, he is the “Pink Nightmare.” Reply Elmer Fudd in his old age decided to once and for all end that mouthy buggs, by trading in his shotty for an msr and the best damn bunny camo money can buy. “KILL THE WABBIT, KILL THE WABBIT!!” Reply Nobody needs 30 rounds to shoot an Easter egg. Reply But I like scrambled eggs! Reply No, but they do to get all the way through a line o’ Peeps… Reply What has been seen, can never be unseen. No amount of eye bleach will help with this. Reply Guarding Obama’s BDSM parties isn’t an easy job. Reply I would think that outfit more appropo for a ‘furries and plushies’ soiree, but maybe I’m behind the times. Reply My Holiday, My Eggs Anybody got a problem with that? Didn’t think so…….. Reply Today’s apparel for secret service around the White House! Reply Is that you Robert ??? Reply If he had a M203 GL, would it shoot rotten eggs? Reply Thanks for posting my picture! It was fun taking this picture and the ones with my baby girl. My grandma made this costume 25 years ago and it is still holding up. The kids love it despite not having a nose or mouth. Happy Easter from down the bayou in LA! Reply They are reliable, protective in times of need, playful, are often intelligent, and are easily trained to follow commands. Online sites offer the ability to send a greetings card by texting. There will be a special display of vintage Victorian spring dresses and the dining area will be decorated in a spring luncheon theme. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.