Bullet gifts... let's see yours


#1

My daughter knows I love bullets and tequila… this year, for my birthday, she found a way to combine the two

I got these for my birthday last year:

What have you guys gotten that’s bullet related?

Chop

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#2

I’ve seen those bullet glasses, very interesting process how they make them.

I generally get guns/ammo money from my parents for my birthday anyway as they know that’s what I enjoy. The annual gunshow is normally held on or very close to ny birthday too so I generally come home from that laden with birthday gifts lol.


#3

I gave one of the Lucky Shot 30mm shot glasses to a coworker for a secret Santa gift (after engraving the bottom with an inside joke from the office).


#4

These aren’t “bullet gifts”, but they are some cartridge paintings (artwork)

that I finished recently.


#5

Here is another one


#6

Savage32, those are very nice!


#7

A chrome-plated salt and pepper set from 20x42B ammo for the Neopup PAW, given to me by the designer. The projectiles are genuine, the cases not.


#8

Thank you Pete


#9

Those are gorgeous!


#10

Bigger is better. This is made from Chinese 12.7x108 and a 37x252R.
All steel cases sprayed in brass paint and tack-welded together.
I pulled another style to pieces for the 37mm with unfired projectile.It had 14.5mm
cases for the motors and had black tips under the paint when I stripped them.

Headstamps are: 9901 71.
9901 72
41. 70

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#11

Ron, they are 12.7x108.
The 37mm projectile is a great item as very hard to find. Does it have any markings?
And what are the markings on the fuze?


#12

Here are just a few of the ammo novelty things I carry in the store. Salt & Pepper shakers in the rear middle, with bobbers & knives in front of them. The shotshell toilet brush holder desperately needs to find a home. You can see a shotshell coin bank in the rear left as well, it makes a shotgun shooting noise when a coin is put in.


#13

Here are most of my novelty cartridge items:

  • Shotshell mugs
  • Bullet glass
  • GAU-8 shot glasses
  • Bullet tank
  • 12.7x108mm and .50 BMG bottle openers
  • Headstamp coasters
  • 10-round 7.62x39mm ice cube mold

I also have a string of Christmas lights that have various colored shotgun shells crimped over the bulbs.


#14

Can these novelty items be mailed outside of USA? To Canada, specifically.


#15

I like to make keychains from once-live WWII or earlier ammo. I sell it in my store.

Michael


#16

1971 Mauser cigarette lighter. Given to me by a good friend and former Mauser export sales manager.


#17

Here’s a replica of a 40x46SR Brugger & Thomet composite baton grenade… which is actually a pepper grinder mill.


#18

That’s cool. Very realistic looking.