Take grandpa hunting. What?

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by rufus, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. rufus

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    Sounds a lot like my idea for a new business: Flavored shotgun pellets. Think about it: shooting pheasants with #4 Spicy Italian load or chuckar with #7 BBQ Spice Rub. It can't lose!
     
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    I like that much better. :thumbup:
     
  4. ThemGunsThough

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    "Some people have been concerned that a small amount of ash will remain in the animal that is shot with the ammunition, Holmes said. "But it's just carbon, and a small amount at that. You don't have anything to worry about." lol. I'm still not sold.
     
  5. FatherHolyHoly

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    Now offering 1911 grips and knife handles made from your loved one's bones...
     
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    That is a million dollar idea!!!
     
  7. j4545

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    Crazy....I tell 'ya!
     
  8. drew

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    Can I get one made from the bones of my enemies?
     
  9. nwo

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    Season Shot - Ammo with flavor.



    I wonder how well this product will sell once it's passed the development stage. It's an interesting idea for sure

    Shoot 'em and season 'em in one shot! Yum!
     
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    The first mover typically isn't successful. Although I'm bummed somebody beat me to the punch...
     
  11. nwo

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    It's been in the "development" stage for at least a couple of years. I remember looking at the website quite some time ago...
     

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