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    Full Metal Coloring for Firearms Enthusiasts

    Full Metal Coloring for Firearms Enthusiasts (Color Me Happy)



    Full Metal Coloring A Book of Down Range Reflection is being promoted as an “Adult Coloring Book for Veterans & Hunters.” Yes, well, you and I know that The People of the Gun are going to set this bad boy down in front of their young ‘uns. And so they should! Culture eats strategy for lunch.

    At the risk of being labelled a “gun fetishist” — that’s Mr. Gun Fetishist to you Shannon Watts — Full Metal Coloring is a welcome step beyond “gun normalization” (as practiced by open carry). It’s a celebration! Which is even better.

    To celebrate good times (‘cmon!) TTAG will give a free Armed Response training video of your choice to the best coloring from Full Metal Coloring. (The image must to be from a template other than one of those in this post!) Send a jpeg to [email protected] with COLORING (all caps) in the subject bar. Deadline September 1.

    Here’s the press release via ammoland.com:



    New Castle, VA – Full Metal Coloring: A Book of Down Range Reflection (Lamplight Press) is now available on Amazon.

    Filled with humor, history and iconic images, the new book appeals to the military, veterans, and shooting sports enthusiasts.



    The artist, Sergeant First Class Kimberly Kolb Eakin (Ret.), competed as a member of the U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit and served as a military firearms instructor. Her book combines amusing quotes with educational statements and firearms related images to provide the therapeutic effects of coloring. Kimberly designed Full Metal Coloring with veterans in mind. It retails for $9.99.

    She says:
    “Adult coloring as a means of relaxation is calming, meditative and provides the quiet Zen feeling similar to that needed for competitive success on the range. The themes in Full Metal Coloring are comfortable for members of the military, veterans and shooting sports participants.”
    Kimberly lives in Roanoke, Virginia and invites you to her website, www.fullmetalcoloring.com.
    Pat ------> NRA Lifetime Endowment Member #FAAFO

    #2
    I think I'd wear out my black, slightly darker black, and brown crayons pretty fast with that book.

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      #3
      That's adorable. I'd buy one and a big ol' box of Crayolas with the built-in sharpener, just like I used in the old days

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        #4
        I call BS. No safe I have ever seen that was as organized (or underutilized) as that pic.

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          #5
          It's for the children.No, really...

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            #6
            Can't wait for the paint by numbers version.
            Just Another Reason For Me To Retire in Tennessee.

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              #7
              Would love to send my niece to pre-school with these lol. Teachers would cry

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                #8
                Quick LIBS to your safe places there a gun on that page!

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                  #9
                  I think we just found the perfect Christmas gift for Alan Chwick!

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                    #10
                    should be interesting when you take your kid with that to the pediatrician.

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