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Monday, August 20, 2012

Monday Gun-Yay!

Hello Bronies.  Look at your rifle, then back to me. Then back to your rifle, then back to me.

Look again!  Your rifle is now Fluttershy.

Anything is possible when you mix guns and ponies!

I'm a little horse. 



  1. Shouldn't a Fluttershy rifle be suppressed?

  2. Well, yes. I further think that an SKS isn't a good fit for Fluttershy in general, but on the whole I approve of ponies being put on guns. 

  3. Nope! There are other crazy gunbronies out there! :)

    I don't even own an SKS. This makes me sad. 

  4. Don't feel too sad.  It's just an SKS.  Workmanlike, but with that typical Soviet "is going bang, is good enough" flair.

  5. Chairman Mao was not amused.

  6. Well, you will never lose that rifle.  Or sell it.  Or give it away.  Or...  

  7. I beg to differ on the last two points. I know several gunbronies who would pay for that rifle and happily add it to their collection. 

  8. I like the Soviet style. I don't have to worry that I will fuck it up any worse than a conscript soldier in the middle of a Russian winter can possibly manage.

  9. Well that's just adorable! But somehow I feel she's the most inappropriate of the girls to be on a gun. A helmet maybe, but such a badass looking gun? 

  10.  Neat! Deadly as a gun, cute as a pony *-*! They would never be able to understand what hit them! (Eris is pleased, I suppose)

  11. In an earlier post I posited that Fluttershy would be a suppressed .22 Ruger Charger: very quiet, no recoil, and used only for plinking. 

  12. Oh. My. Gawd.

    ...Cutie Mark Crusader = Pony Hunter 
    (dun, dun, dun)

    I feel a 'Most Dangerous Game' fanfic forming out on the web as I think this very thought...eeeeeek.


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