It doesn’t get extra Texas than Whataburger and firearms — no less than in line with one gun retailer.
Houston, Texas-based HTX Tactical determined to pay homage to the Lone Star state’s favourite fast-food chain with its latest creation: the Whata-Pistol.
The specialty AR pistol was designed with a Whataburger emblem, signature orange and white colours and a french fry journal. It was reportedly made for a Whataburger “fanatic” who commissioned the corporate.
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“Clearly, Texas, firearms and Whataburger go hand in hand, whether or not you get pleasure from (firearms) or not,” co-owner Javier Garcia stated to the Chron.
Nonetheless, the product, which is a one-of-a-kind pistol and isn’t obtainable for buy at HTX Tactical, didn’t get a sign-off from Whataburger itself.
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In a press release to Fox Information, a spokesperson for the burger chain stated it was contacting the gun firm to cease utilizing its model to advertise the weapon.
“This product shouldn’t be affiliated or licensed by the Whataburger model in any method. HTX Tactical doesn’t have permission to make use of Whataburger’s emblem, and we’ve contacted them to cease utilizing the model to create and promote this product.”
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HTX Tactical has made specialty weapons earlier than, together with a Batman-themed firearm and a Houston Rockets branded pistol reportedly designed for hometown rapper Paul Wall.