Hello Kitty Assault Rifle (update)

Note: Sanrio legal counsel has contacted me because they realize that their fans are not bright enough to know what is an official Sanrio product and what is not. They didn’t feel that this would be a problem until the fans started contacting them directly, and they soon realized how painful it was to actually have to converse with a fanatic, and not even they had the patience to actually do this. As a result, they sent out a notice to me begging for me to take down my posts about guns that had the evil feline on them just so they didn’t have to ever correspond with the fanatics again. When I explained that they brought it on themselves, they pleaded that I spare them the torture that they inflict on me on a daily basis and asked me to post the following, Since I actually have a conscience, here is what they have to say:

Sanrio® has informed us that Sanrio is not involved in the manufacture or sale of Hello Kitty guns or weapons, and does not allow Hello Kitty® to be used to market guns or weapons. The items shown in this post are either digitally fabricated images or were custom-decorated without Sanrio’s permission. Sanrio alleges that creating false digitized images of Hello Kitty guns or weapons, or custom-decorating a real gun or weapon with Hello Kitty art, infringes Sanrio’s copyrights and trademarks, and may violate criminal laws.

And onto the original post…

There are far too many readers of this blog that have way too much time on their hands if the amount of people who sent me photos of the Hello Kitty AR-15 assault rifle (which I mentioned previously) is any indication. Apparently a lot of people thought it was a photoshop job, so to prove it wasn’t he took photos of it with his wife using it at the firing range.

Hello Kitty assault rifle

No doubt that the military will be carrying these around soon. Seriously, I can’t think of anything more terrifying?

Sent in by 27 different readers (including the owner of riflegear), all of whom should have the wrath of Hello Kitty Hell fall down upon them for even thinking for a split second that it would be wise to send me this photo…

Update: A smiling Hello Kitty fanatic with an assault rifle really should be the definition of “scary” for the dictionary…

Hello Kitty assault rifle

Sent in by prlemph

62 thoughts on “Hello Kitty Assault Rifle (update)

  1. “This country is going to pot; I’d feel a lot safer with one of those…”

    I wouldn’t want a gun of any description, just as well Australia doesn’t allow civilian firearms. I guess though, a Hello Kitty gun is still a gun, and I’d still be really freaked out if one was pointed at me. At least now I know not all brightly coloured guns are toys. XD

  2. they sell those and other various hello kitty guns at the bass pro shop (aka: redneck disney world). i know because i was goofing around with a demo they had on the shelves.

  3. hhhhmmmm i think guns are pretty scarry… idk why but i just do, but a cute hello kitty one that “looks” like it could even be plastic doesnt scare me at all :), i think i could even handle try useing it :)) lol hell i want to use it

    • “The girl I love, stole her from a friend
      Fool got lucky, stole her back again”

      Steve Miller Band
      “Mercury Blues”

  4. i myself am a huge hello kitty fanatic , and of course at first i kindof wanted this but i dont think these guns should even be for sale whatsoever, all i can picture is a little girl getting her hands on it somehow and things going very bad.

  5. I want to see Hello Kitty portrayed as an international terrorist (armed with HK weaponry of course) in a big Hollywood blockbuster starring someone like Jason Statham or Bruce Willis as the hero dedicated to hunting HK down and ending his(?) nefarious activities once and for all, preferably with the assistance of a small nuclear warhead. Or better yet, a big nuclear warhead
    Thanks for letting me get this off my chest.

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