Veteran-Owned Coffee Company Plays Classic Christmas Carols With Silenced Firearms

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Christmas is here again, and the veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Company has decided to celebrate the best way they know how: with music and gunpowder.

The company, whose coffee the Washington Free Beacon has reviewed, took a couple of silenced rifles, some festive sweaters, and a rack of musical steel targets out to the wilderness. The result is a beautiful rendition of all the holiday classics. From Jingle Bells to Deck the Halls to O Holy Night, Black Rifle Coffee Company's take on everyone's Christmas favorites is truly inspirational.

And if the music isn't enough to fill you with holiday cheer, Santa shows up to rip through a belt on an M249 SAW. Ralphie even shows up in his adorable bunny outfit to squeeze off a few rounds.

Stephen Gutowski   Email Stephen | Full Bio | RSS
Stephen Gutowski is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon. He founded his own site as a junior in college and has been writing about news and politics since that time. He spent 4 years with the Media Research Center and was most recently with the Capitol City Project. His email address is Gutowski@FreeBeacon.com. His twitter handle is @StephenGutowski.

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