Georgia Gun Range Gets “Decked Out” – Will Offer Holiday Photos With an Armed Santa

December 12 2014
by GSL Staff
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If you live in the Sandy Springs, Georgia are then you can get your photo taken with Santa as well as a gun tomorrow at the Sandy Spring Gun Club and Range.

According to the NY Daily News:

“Any time we have an opportunity to do something fun with our patrons and give back to the community … any time we can combine the two, we get really excited,” the range’s co-owner Robyn Marzullo told the Daily News.

The variety of firearms supplied by the range, located just north of Atlanta, are all inspected, unloaded and deactivated for safety precautions. Personal firearms brought from home won’t be allowed in the picture, stressed Marzullo, who operates the range with her sister.

Among the options for weapons are an AK-47, AR-15 or FN-SCAR-17.

In addition to the fun with Santa, the event is also a food drive for a local charity. According to a post on the range’s Facebook page:

Come one, come all!

What better way to express your holiday spirit, passion for firearms and help support our community than a picture with Santa at the Sandy Springs Gun Club and Range. You will receive one free photo magnet of your picture with Santa and will be able to download your pictures online. This is a free, *non-shooting event; however, we will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items for the Sandy Springs Community Assistance Center.

A full list of the items needed to stock their pantry can be found at

*All firearms available for the photo opportunity have been inspected, unloaded and deactivated for safety. The use of personal firearms will not be permitted.

The event will run from 11am – 2pm on Saturday December 12th.

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