Some things are just so Texas that you have to sit back, take it all in, and wipe the tear of joy from your eye.

This is definitely one of those cases.

The folks at HTX Tactical in Houston are responsible for this beauty, which they built for Whataburger fanatic Chris Burling. According to KPRC-TV, the customization process took about a month and cost $1,800.

HTX Tactical, Facebook (Used with Permission)
HTX Tactical, Facebook (Used with Permission)

That's burger money well spent, if you ask me.

Burling posted video of himself target shooting with his Whatapistol, and though I'm a little disappointed that it doesn't actually shoot burgers, I'm still itching for my turn. You can also check out HTC Tactical's website for a look at what they have to offer, including a link to their custom jobs.

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Shooting freedom fries #whatapistol Custom job by @htxtactical and @article_hk_crks

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What I really love is the sleeve of fries that serve as a magazine.

Man. Now I'm hungry.

Check out the video below to get a closer look at this beauty. Just make sure you turn your volume down first. The music's a little loud.

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