Terri Gallagher, a Fairfax real estate agent, got a modified AR-15 from her husband for Christmas.  (Linda Davidson/The Washington Post)

The other day I wrote about an increasingly popular gift for wives from their husbands — guns. Big guns. Little guns. Pink guns. Even Hello Kitty guns. But Christmas is a big gun day not just for women but for husbands, sons, grandsons, daughters, granddaughters…you get the point. People will argue about guns for more hours than “It’s a Wonderful Life” has historically been broadcast, but guns remain an important part of many, many lives, so it’s only natural that Santa was very busy crossing state lines delivering guns big and small.

Here are some happy new gun owners and their guns:

Dad’s new rifle he got for Christmas
A photo posted by Michael Webb (@mikerw3) on Dec 12, 2014 at 2:05pm PST

 

Someone was good this year! #xmas2014 #boyfriend #AR15 #lovehim A photo posted by Maggie (@magstamper) on Dec 12, 2014 at 12:08pm PST

We don’t shoot our eyes out in this house! #gunsforchristmas #herfirst10/22 #ruger

A photo posted by Sara Trisler (@saratrisler) on Dec 12, 2014 at 7:26am PST

I’d say it was a pretty successful Christmas. #AR15 #iPadAir #Bulova A photo posted by Michael Lyons (@michael_lyons49) on Dec 12, 2014 at 9:48am PST

Christmas for grandpa was a ar15 and a bottle of whiskey. I got soap #Thuglife #merica #betcheslovesoap #jesus #ar15 #whiskey
A photo posted by Brandon Anandan (@brandon_anandan) on Dec 12, 2014 at 12:21pm PST

Oooo…I hope that one in the front is for me! #gunsdaily #christmasguns #ilovemywife A photo posted by Scott (@77ltd) on Dec 12, 2014 at 10:01pm PST

Best wife in the world thanks bae