One wouldn't expect gun regulation and Santa Claus to mingle into an important issue, but for Scottsdale residents, pictures with Santa and his machine guns are all but necessary. Allegedly meant to bring holiday spirit to the Scottsdale Gun Club, one can only think of the children and what questions they might ask about Santa's new AR15.
Families who want to pose for photos with Santa while holding on to firearms will once again be able to do so at the Scottsdale Gun Club in Arizona.
"This is our third year doing this at the Scottsdale Gun Club, and every year it continues to grow larger and larger, a lot of folks turning this into a regular holiday tradition," Ron Kennedy recently told "Fox & Friends."
Kennedy went on to explain that the gun club was looking to "add a little holiday spirit to people's second amendment rights to be able to carry and purchase firearms."
According to the club's website, people are invited to pose with Santa and his machine guns at a starting price of $10.