Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by LSU Fan, Oct 8, 2008.
Ok I know this isn't exactly gun related... but does anyone have any gun related costume ideas?
You can dress up as a western gun slinger. Like oh John Wayne in Chisium. If you have a favorite cowboy on tv that you want to dress up as to go to a halloween party.
maybe we could all go as
Dress up AS a gun. Challenging and fun, figure out how to look like your favorite firearm...
A few years back, my apprentice showed up at the local pub's Halloween party wearing a grey wig, a house dress, combat boots, and steel pot helmet and toting a toy M-16....
He was the 'Mother of all Wars'.
Wild West Gunslinger
Civil War or Revolutionary War Soldier
Dress like a hockey mom and wink a lot.
If it's a girl, that would not have me thinking about guns.
Don't forget hitman, clint eastwood, john wayne, any tombstone character, soldier of favorite era, an anti-gun sign?, i really like the as a gun idea.
Maybe an armed bear?
Now that would be one scary costume.
I'd look more like John Wayne in TRUE GRIT.
I've seen three gun related costumes:
1) Cowboy...that's obvious;
2) A dead soilder with face painted white and a fake bullet hole in the forehead; and
3) A Mexican drug runner.
The guns? A six shooter, an AR15, and a AK, respectively.
Inflatable machine gun
Hmmm. French resistance fighter for a girl. With cute little beret and a forties style scarf. The shoes would be the hardest to find.
Of course there is always Bonnie and/or Clyde. The famous 'Red River shirt' is easy to make even without a pattern for the 'cowboy' look. Add a long skirt and a kepi for a passable Calamity Jane. One of Dad's old coats cut to have a lobstertail in back and aluminum foil on the buttons would make a passable Revolutionary soldier. Especially if you can find some blue dye. Gold or yellow yarn for unit piping optional.
get a high school letter jacket and a toy rifle....go as Charlie Sheen in Red Dawn
a Wolverines! shirt wouldnt hurt either...
Last year I was a deer hunter w/ a cap firing toy shotgun and my GF was a deer.
Year before the party was on my birthday so my GF dressed as a cake and I walked around with a big fork.
A few years back a friend of mine dressed up as a militant feminist. She wore BDU's and an emty thigh holster filled with pamphlets from the local women's shelter.
If one dressed as a soldier, and the residing state had open carry, would it be legal to walk around with an AR on a sling? I'm pretty sure that not many would say anything.
I don't plan on doing this (*hint* look at my state *hint*) but it was just something that I was wondering.
I guess the Olsen twins would be gun related
'Failure to feed' comes to mind.
It would be legal here in Utah (as long as you met specific requirements), but you probably don't want a real gun on you around a bunch of drunks at the party of your choice -- not that it would necessarily be loaded, of course.
Dang, I won't have my AR by Halloween... maybe I will just have to wear it to Thanksgiving Dinner!
I'm certain that a couple of belts, a bedsheet, an old Army field jacket, a beard, and an AK would make for a convincing OBL.
A friend who is 6'4" and 280# went "trick or treating" last year dressed as a horse racing jocky. Not gun related, but kind of funny with the little hat, poofed pants, shiny boots and a little whip thing.
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