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Hot Chicks for Heroes: A Look at the 2012 Hot Shots Calendar

Hot Chicks for Heroes: A Look at the 2012 Hot Shots Calendar

Rarely, if ever, does our job here at G&A involve about four minutes of gawking at the computer screen -- unless a particularly beautiful 1911 makes its way over here, but we digress. Luckily, there are folks out there thinking of guys like us, the ones who go into a trance at the sight of a beautiful woman as well as ridiculous firepower.

In its fifth year, Hot Shots Calendar gives male shooting enthusiasts the best of both worlds, featuring some of the most beautiful women on the planet posing with firearms that, while not quite living up to the female form, are gorgeous in their own right. Check out this behind-the-scenes look at the making of the calendar, and be sure to buy one: 50 percent of the proceeds go toward the UK-based Help for Heroes, which helps provide facilities for British servicemen and their families injured since Sept. 11, 2001.

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