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Sam Browning
1/01/2008 9:17pm,
http://blog.riflegear.com/archive/2007/12/26/hello-kitty-ar-15---evil-black-rifle-meets-cute-and.aspx

In a stroke of applied genius, someone has finally created an AR-15 that is legal in the California Market. I understand Phrost is buying one for his daughter as we type.

Neildo
1/01/2008 9:23pm,
OMG that is awesome. Great responses in the blog too.

datdamnmachine
1/01/2008 11:16pm,
I wonder if we can get Magpul to do that kind of paint job on their Masada. That would be awesome squared!

joecos
1/02/2008 9:50am,
Or for those of you who want a little more stopping power, the hello kitty AK:

http://www.bullshido.net/gallery/data/500/medium/hk47.jpg

Check it out at glamguns.com

Tofudog
1/02/2008 10:34am,
OMG that is awesome. Great responses in the blog too.
favourite:


In the grim future of Hello Kitty, there is only war.

moli
1/02/2008 8:35pm,
Beautiful. I'd love to have that hanging over my fireplace, along with a Hello Kitty Strat.

colonelpong2
1/03/2008 4:47am,
I understand Phrost is buying one for his daughter as we type.

Whatr scares me a little is that you probably arent joking....

Tom .C
1/03/2008 12:35pm,
The really absurd thing is that a weapon can be banned just by looks alone. I recently had a conversation with someone who believes that "assault weapons" should be banned forever. I asked him about his reasoning and he explained that the only purpose of an assault weapon was to kill someone. I explained to him that his flawed logic was based on his lack of knowledge about guns in general and was compounded by the fact that he was a dumbass. I also told him that the pretty, shiney things that assault weapons shoot can be used in various weapons. I think I'll show him a picture of the Hello Kitty model and see if he gets it. Knowing him, he will just think all guns need to be banned.

jnp
1/03/2008 12:42pm,
I would never forgive myself if someone shot me with that. So I hope they have good aim if they do.

mojo23
1/03/2008 12:53pm,
The really absurd thing is that a weapon can be banned just by looks alone. I recently had a conversation with someone who believes that "assault weapons" should be banned forever. I asked him about his reasoning and he explained that the only purpose of an assault weapon was to kill someone.

OMFG.. can we please drop this "they're just for killing people" argument already? (not you Tom, just in general) Having to defend weapons possession by saying "oh it's for hunting or sport" is about as lame as defening porn as art. No one looks at porn for art's sake, but we can't just be big enough to say "hey, we all like to get our rocks off now and then, and porn helps."

Similarly, we have the second ammendment not so we can shoot clay pigeons or deer, but so we can shoot people, including members of our own government, if necessary. Carroll Quigley noted in Tragedy and Hope that in periods of history when advanced weapons technology was too expensive or prohibited to the citizenry, government power (and tyranny) grew unchecked.

So, can't we say "yes, it's a gun. It's meant to kill people. That doesn't mean I'm going to kill anyone any more than knowing a martial art means I'm going to beat someone up. Freedom is scary. Deal with it."

NuclearFist
1/03/2008 3:41pm,
War IS Hell..........meow.

Tom Kagan
1/03/2008 3:50pm,
Great! Just what law enforcement wants: Real firearms which look like toys to go along with the toys which look like real firearms.

Phrost
1/03/2008 4:03pm,
Carroll Quigley noted in Tragedy and Hope that in periods of history when advanced weapons technology was too expensive or prohibited to the citizenry, government power (and tyranny) grew unchecked.


Adding this to my Amazon wishlist.

Sam Browning
1/03/2008 4:20pm,
Which hello kitty assualt rifle will you buy for your daughter Phrost?

Phrost
1/03/2008 4:37pm,
Not one with that neutered California bullshit that's for sure.

mojo23
1/03/2008 4:41pm,
Taking a second look at that thing, how does one accurately fire it with that grip? It seems like it would be next to impossible to get a stable hold on it unless you had hands the size of Tony Robbins.