Chocolate guns and ammo

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I learned of Chocolate Ammo today through an ad in a relative's copy of the NRA magazine American Rifleman. Talk about target marketing. (sorry!) From the Chocolate Weapons site:
...Several years ago we started a company called [sic] which manufactured and sold high end chocolate fountains to caterers, hotels, casinos, reception centers and other high end event centers. In addition to selling the chocolate fountains we also sold chocolate...and literally TONS and TONS of it. With our connection in the chocolate industry we had virtually a limitless supply of chocolate, and just as many chocolatiers and chocolate factories who could basically make anything and everything we ever wanted to.  

While I was growing up we spent a lot of time in the mountains fishing, camping, and hunting. On a recent getaway vaction/hunting trip, we were all piled in the car..dirty, grimy - hadn't bathed in days - and we were discussing our existing business, and ways we could help it grow. Someone blurted out  

'We should make chocolate bullets!'

Chocolate Weapons


  1. when eating a chocolate bunny, i would pause for a second as to which end i would devour first. not sure on which end i would choose to start with on a chocolate gun nor if i would even be inclined to engage in such an endeavor ^_^

  2. “I think a good gift for the president would be a chocolate revolver. And since he’s so busy, you’d probably have to run up to him and hand it to him.”
    -Jack Handey

  3. I’m looking forward to the first story about a bank robber robbing a bank with a chocolate pistol and then disposing of the weapon before the cops catch up with him.

  4. I know what your thinking, punk. Did he eat 5 bullets or six? Well seeing as these are 85% cocoa nugget filled hollow shells, you have to ask yourself, “Do I feel hungry?” Well, do you, punk?

    Eat lea… Chocolate!

  5. I’ve seen chocolate guns before in local chocolate shops, though I don;t remember seeing bullets and, well, these are nicer by far.. more expensive though too.

  6. Here in Australia, we’ve had lolly bullets for a long time. They’re chocolate-covered licorice. Not shaped like actual bullets, but named that nonetheless…

    1. They’re chocolate-covered licorice.

      And I thought that venomous jellyfish, spiders and giant crocs were the scariest things down under.

  7. I still think that the fact that children accept guns as a normal thing , toy guns that is, is part of the ‘sicker’ side of our modern social mores. And being chocolate? Still sick.

  8. It isn’t even made with real chocolate.
    “Superb hand-crafted detail and made from almost a full pound of Sephra’s famous Melano Milk Chocolate Coating”
    Milk Chocolate Coating? Yech. I guess it would be too melty otherwise. Or am I wrong?

  9. I love the idea of chocolate guns… although here in England we would probably get arrested just for carrying one! I bought some chocolate high heeled shoes for my wife on her birthday… these went down very well.

    It kinda makes you wonder what people won’t make out of chocolate?


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