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FINALLY – A Gun That Shoots Alcohol

Beverage News
02.27.2009


Mutineer Magazine Special Edition Alcohol Shotgun

Alcohol has long been a necessity as bullets in a gunfight, but this variation that replaces bullets with bourbon changes the game completely. From improvising scenes from New Jack City and Sukiyaki Western Django to ascending to the rank of “sheriff” at your next raging social gathering.

Alcohol Shotgun

It should be noted that this gun provides little self defense against getting punched in the mouth by people larger than you who inadvertently (or advertently) get sprayed in the face with vodka in the middle of a showdown.

As for me, I’m gonna evolve from green beer this coming St. Patrick’s Day, fill my “Alcohol Shot Gun” with absinthe and go hunting for green fairies…

Alcohol Shotgun

From the UrbanTrend product page:
Armed with the Alcohol Shot Gun, you can re-enact the most memorable movie scenes from “Dirty Harry” to “Matrix”. “Do you feel lucky, sucker” is the only question? Pour in an ounce of your favorite drink into the cartridge, cock the trigger, point and shoot.



Comments

  1. stacy | Friday, February 27, 2009

    The Mutineer version is WAY sexier than the regular one…


  2. Alan Kropf | Friday, February 27, 2009

    We put a lot of thought into it. Jeff, our leading weapons scientist, watched like ten episodes of 24 to get the design just right. The working name for this weapon was the “Jack Bauer Whiskey Enforcer”


  3. Jeff | Friday, February 27, 2009

    @Stacy: ‘Sexy’ is one way to describe. ‘Dangerously Awesome’ is another.

    This is only the prototype. Production will begin in the coming months.


  4. Chuck P. | Friday, February 27, 2009

    You need to produce and mass market your version. You may run into a small problem with the producers of 24, but once they see the market potential I’m sure they will jump on board.


  5. Alan Kropf | Friday, February 27, 2009

    I dunno if the producers of 24 will be into this at all, I mean, Kiefer did recently go to jail for a DUI. I doubt him running around with a gun that shoots hard liquor will do much for his image…


  6. Brian | Friday, February 27, 2009

    lol niiiice … will you send me one of those when I’m in Afghanistan??


  7. Jeff | Saturday, February 28, 2009

    @ Brian: We’ll send you the RPG version when it is finished. It shoots bottles of Bud Light. It is deadly and not recommend for indoor use. We haven’t really figured out the purpose of it yet.


  8. Brian | Sunday, March 1, 2009

    L O L…. AWESOME.

    Best… Blog … Ever ..


  9. Rick | Monday, March 2, 2009

    If you think about it, it can easily be used as a flame thrower… lighter not included.


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  14. Nelson | Wednesday, May 28, 2014

    Awesome ! Where can i purchase the black shotgun that holds a whiskey clip? i looked everywhere but couldn’t find it.


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