Let’s just get this out of the way first – this is absolutely one of my most favorite forms of advertising and I really think this one could bring the family together for a good purpose. The Firearms Unknown YouTube channel released a catching ABC’s themed video detailing a great coloring book, F is for Firearms, that contains a lot of simple and pithy firearms phrases along with some nice illustrations going over each of the letters of the alphabet and some associated firearms or terminology. To see the full video you can check it out below.
Gun Related Coloring Books @ TFB:
- Free Printable Coloring Book From The Cody Firearms Museum
- Advanced Combat Rifle Coloring Book From The Armourer’s Bench
- Firearm Coloring Book For Big Kids
F is for Firearms – The ABCs Firearm Coloring Book for Adults and Kids
Warning, this book contains graphic depictions of guns that are not of the squirt variety. If you are a giant social media company that thinks gun emojis cause “gun violence” this book isn’t for you.
The coloring book F is for Firearms Is currently sold on the website fupbs.com and can be picked up for about $10 although it seems like it is currently on sale for less than that. The book features a fully colorable front and back cover as well as 26 letter-themed pages sporting all sorts of pro 2nd amendment phrases, firearms, and terminology. The language in the book is perfectly suitable for adults and children alike and features no swearing but does contain some ideas that some people may find offensive and or not proper for children. Although I think that most of you reading and listening here at TFB won’t have a problem with the book.
To be honest, aside from a few heavily politicized references within the book, the remainder of the pages seem like they’d be good refresher material for the people at your local indoor gun range who seem to have trouble finding and naming the appropriate components of their rental firearm. If you’d like to pick up a copy of F is for Firearms – Coloring Book 1, you can follow this link to purchase it from http://fupbs.com. If this first one is successful, I would hope that more editions are well on their way for firearm-loving adults and their children to spend some quality 2nd Amendment time together away from the range. What do you guys think of this type of material? Let us know down in the comments.