Kitfox Design Launches Firearm Cookie Cutters in Time for the Holidays

 

The Firearm Cookie Cutters come in several designs to satisfy gun owners tastes. (Photo: Kitfox Design Group)

Kitfox Design Group, best known for its series of firearm themed coloring books, is adding to its inventory of goodies launching new Firearm Cookie Cutters in time for the holiday season.

Available through Kitfox, the Firearm Cookie Cutters are made from stainless steel and feature fun firearm oriented designs. Featuring a target, revolver, Glock pistol, AR-15 and Krink, each order ships with a digital download of cookie recipes. The cookie cutters are sized from 3.5-inches to 6.5-inches.

The cookie cutters come with downloadable cookie recipes. (Photo: Kitfox Design Group)

“It doesn’t matter what kind of cookies you make or how you decorate them – these cookie cutters are sure to create some sweet conversation about firearms this holiday season,” Kitfox Design Group said in a news release. “That is ultimately the goal of Kitfox Design Group: creating the opportunity for positive conversations surrounding firearms without having to be at the range or at a gun counter. It doesn’t get much more American than this.”

The Firearm Cookie Cutters are hand wash only and shipping now with a price tag of $15.99 for the set of five cookie cutters.

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