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Season Shot: Shotgun Ammo That Seasons Game Birds

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Season Shot is soon-to-be released shotgun ammo that kills and seasons the game bird you shoot with spice pellets instead of little metal balls. The ammo will come in Cajun, lemon pepper, garlic, teriyaki and honey mustard varieties, none of which will make a clay pigeon edible. Now -- are you thinking what I'm thinking? "You want to blast a round right down your throat?" What's the worst that could happen!?

Thanks to Adam the Taxidermist, who's holding out for shotgun ammo that pre-taxidermies animals.

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  • RDarker

    Will the cannibals be using this in the next apocalypse? Sidenote: It won't be zombies people, too far-fetched.

  • Maliyah

    This was news, like 7 years ago...

  • artisan54

    except for the fact you shoot a turkey (the bird they show) in the head and neck to kill it and not the body.

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    It must suck to have pepper shot in your flesh.

  • KLanD

    Soo.. rock salt and peppercorns?

  • McfeelySmackup

    There's a non-trivial reason why shotgun pellets are made of lead. The denser the material, the more energy is retained at impact. Hunters universally hate laws that require steel shot because the ballistics suck. Make the pellets out of something edible, and you've got an effective range measured in inches.

    This is a joke, not a product.

  • Don't be so hasty, Debbie Downer. I don't know shit about ballistics, but this is still AMERICA. If we can't weaponize flavor, than what the hell is the point?

    In fact, who says I can't buy a frozen turkey and just blast the shit out of it in my backyard? Tenderize and season. Lemonade outta lemons man.

  • McfeelySmackup

    I like how you think.

    Also, I'm stealing "weaponized flavor" for my punk band name.

  • kristopher

    Huzzah!

  • Guest

    Orrrr...use frozen seasoned ice arrows to pierce the flavor in.

  • mattinvt

    Over forty years ago, George Carlin said "If you nail together two things that have never been nailed together before, some schmuck will buy it."

    It's still true.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    Who else thought about Homer's Makeup Shotgun?

  • TCgill

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  • Badger

    Garlic ammunition would be great against vampires. I'm surprised Wesley Snipes didn't think of this first.

  • Guest

    Are you proposing we hunt vampire turkeys armed with garlic ammunition?

  • itsmewario

    What can possibly go wrong

  • Orannis

    While an interesting concept, my only worry is that there might be a residual gunpowder flavor.

  • ShotgunGuy

    For a shotgun shell there is the primer, powder, wad (separates the gun powder from the shot), and then the shot (in this case seasoning). The gun powder that is not burned up upon firing would not have enough density to travel any great distance except for maybe a few feet out of the barrel. There could be the slight possibility of a little powered residue getting on the seasoning but slim. All in all this is way better than having to dig out shot which if accidentally left in can poison the meat (if lead) or injure whoever eats it if they champ down on a piece of shot. In either case the gun powder is pretty unavoidable but not really an issue at all since it will be burned away while cooking.

  • kristopher

    Also it will put hair on your chest.

  • thePantz

    some fat kid is going to shoot himself in the mouth

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