‘Welcome to Tennessee where we carve our Halloween pumpkins with assault weapons’

The AK-47, or Kalashnikov, is one of the most popular assault rifles in the world due to its low cost, ease of availability, reliability under harsh conditions, and accuracy when being used to carve crude faces into seasonal gourds.

Meet YouTube user Hickok45, a gun enthusiast with over 1.6 million subscribers, who will demonstrate turning a pumpkin into a proper jack-o-lantern using only an AK-47:

He has uploaded several videos displaying his incredible skills as the world’s foremost jack-o-lantern marksman.

His latest video, uploaded a few days ago, has him using a Henry Rifle to create a crude visage on a hapless pumpkin.

Hickok45 describes his videos as an “attempt to educate the masses about how to properly and safely carve a pumpkin,” adding, “word has it that people are still using dangerous, sharp knives to do this.”

You gotta love that NRA humor.

Hickok45 has videos of jack-o-lantern carving using a Glock 21,a Colt 1911, a Glock 23, and a .44 Magnum.

Hickok45 and I agree that his carving using the Desert Eagle creates a nice smirk:

Here’s the Desert Eagle in action, doing Halloween up, Tennessee-‘Murican style:


Posted by Christopher Bickel
07:49 am



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