Gun manufactures making money however they can

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  1. TonsOfOregonBrass

    TonsOfOregonBrass
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    Its bacon in a can it has to be good. Right???
     
  3. BillM

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    Pre-cooked meat in a can. So? Hormel, Underwood and a few others
    have been doing it for a long time. At least you can sort of identify
    what the meat is---unlike SPAM etc.

    Imaginative marketing, with maybe a bit of humor. Every mall ninja will
    need at least a case in the SHTF larder.
     
  4. TonsOfOregonBrass

    TonsOfOregonBrass
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    i love bacon, but there are limits.

    I would have to be really Hungary to eat bacon after 9 1/2 years on the shelf.
     
  5. Sun195

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    I ate a can of Hungarian bacon once - some of the best bacon I've ever had (may have been because I was half-starved, but anyway...). So, yes, absolutely I'd give canned bacon another try.
     
  6. Frog

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    You guys are hilarious!! :bluelaugh: :bluelaugh:

    The cans of bacon are not to be ate. They are used for target practise! The bacon in the can allows you to accurately measure the balistics of your ammo!

    Geeze, do I need to explain everything!!!

    :D
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  7. markw76

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    That's just Yote's Survival Bacon that's relabeled. The original label was appropriately camo'd and everything. $12/can.
     
  8. Sun195

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    So, then, you're saying this is a suitable replacement for bacon bits?? I'm cool with that, too. :laugh:
     
  9. Chee-to

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    Gun manufactures ? Got's to get me a couple of these bad boys..........

    http://www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/warfare/:gun04::gun03::gun09::gun10::gun12::gun13:
     
  10. MarkSBG

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    I disagree.

    Bacon has NO limits.

    bacon-gun2.jpg
    (no that's not me. I just thought the pic was funny...)
     
  11. jordanvraptor

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    Maybe it is for those who dont want to give their money to big corporations that support anti-gun causes...
     
  12. Buddhalux

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    Is there a deluxe can that has Bacon Shrouds on it or do you have to have a LIII chef license?
     

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