Firearm Coloring Book For Big Kids

Sara Westman of @kitfoxdesigngroup has been making firearm illustrations for a bunch of companies. Recently she drew a design for Tactical Solutions which has turned into a vinyl patch.


Her latest project is a coloring book full of firearm illustrations. Thanks to industry sponsors, she has over thirty illustrations for this coloring book.

Below are some samples of her work







The coloring book is available for Pre-order and will ship the first full week of February. It is available for only $14.99. I just ordered one. Go to for more info.

Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at


  • Roy G Bunting

    You meant “Ship” I’m sure 🙂

  • Connor Christensen

    Hahaha best typo ever. I could color the hell out of one of these

  • I never was good at coloring inside the lines. Looks like I’mma gonna have to buy a lot of black crayons.

    • BattleshipGrey

      I was just going to say- I hope you’ve got a lot of black colored pencils on hand. Or maybe this is chance to try out that camo scheme you’ve been thinking of spray painting on your rifle.

    • Martin Grønsdal

      inadvertently you created a very good camo for the MP-5K 😉

      city-camo? coal mine?

  • Edeco

    Neat. Unisex tank w/ Kitfox logo or G34 and Kershaw Leek plz.

  • Kovacs Jeno

    50 shades of grey?

  • diana pierce

    This is an excellent method for training kids… hand eye coordination, imagination/color selection theories, draftsmanship, patience, focus, involvement in the arts and so on and on. There is no end to the positive benefits of young kids with a crayon in hand. Gives Mom a break too .:-)

  • Reader

    Tryd in paint, but ofcourse wasnt a clear white but messy white shades, so you cant fill it with colors.
    But cool to see a firearms coloring book.
    Used to draw firearms as a kid.

  • SP mclaughlin

    I think that’s how they make money.