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It's A Joyful Gun-Shop Christmas In Beaumont

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The ultimate Texas Christmas song comes to us from JJ's Pawn in Beaumont (hat tip to the Bayou blog).

It's not the sterling production values that make this a winner, it's the True Spirit of Christmas that shines through as the sales staff, standing in front of what seems like a militia armory, offers their version of "The 12 Days of Christmas."

It includes: "Twelve boxes of ammo, 11 rifle cases, 10 Glock pistols, nine A-R rifles, eight concealed-carry purses" and just goes on swimmingly from there.

So enjoy!! And stay safe!!!

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