If Santa was packin heat?

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    Rock and Glock wins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rottkeeper View Post
    Santa likes wheel guns
    Yah, and the Phalanz CIWS is the ultimate wheel gun.
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    Seems to me that when Santa's packin' heat, he depends on Glock to get him through the night.....smart man that 'ol Chris Kringle! Fo Sho!

    Just have a closer look!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    I think he'd leave it to the sleigh mounted Phalanx:



    That way he can focus on the important stuff he needs to do.
    He uses to protect the teem when flying over Sarah Palin's house, she likes venison too.
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    1911 cross draw.....model 442 in the boot as a back up.
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    Nahh Santa is old school. He would probably pack an old school colt anaconda 44mag. owb with a snubbie in in boot. then hes probably got an old school double barrel side by side scatter gun in the sled.

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    Now I am waiting for some new scenarios...

    "What if a big guy breaks into your house by sliding down your chimney? Am I justified in using force? Should I just call 911?"

    hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul34 View Post
    Now I am waiting for some new scenarios...

    "What if a big guy breaks into your house by sliding down your chimney? Am I justified in using force? Should I just call 911?"

    hehe
    Well, if the flue is open, that wouldn't be breaking in.

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    True. I guess Santa could always use the "wrong house" defense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by preachertim View Post
    ... but I am worried about him and the neighborhoods he has to go into.I know I have lost my mind but this beats boring TV Shows and the In- Laws. Merry Christmas
    Sorry, but that just made me laugh. When I was a kid my parents went bankrupt. That year my father told us Christmas would be a little tight because Santa got mugged in Newburgh.
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    Santa is totally old school. He packs a Webly revoler in .45 cal and he carries strongside in a flap holster that matches his belt. (has to protect the sidearm from soot in chimneys)

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    Well, he does know if you've been bad or good.

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    Come on, don't any of you guys watch South Park?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mm Gumbo View Post
    Santa is totally old school. He packs a Webly revoler in .45 cal and he carries strongside in a flap holster that matches his belt. (has to protect the sidearm from soot in chimneys)

    I was poking about the 'net to learn more about the Webly, and found a very nice 'collectible' site: PistolsCartridge. All way out of my range (max $50 or so?), but I thought you all might enjoy these offerings.

    No images of the .45 Webly and flap holster for photo manipulation, sadly.
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