Muzzle-suppressor shot glasses


22 Responses to “Muzzle-suppressor shot glasses”

  1. fuzzyfuzzyfungus says:

    So tacticool that you don’t even need ice…

  2. jimkirk says:

    Hmm, when I was a kid, we had some anodized aluminum tumblers.  I still remember the metallic taste they imparted to everything.  Hopefully they’ve fixed that by now, and for $50 a shot.

  3. Version 2.0 should have a (slightly raised) glass bottom and be fully functional when mounted on a barrel.

  4. fergus1948 says:

    Well now, there ain’t nothin’ much finer than drinkin’ from somethin’ that reminds you of the power of your own personal arsenal of death-dealin’ hardware, now is there!?

    Could I also fix it to the end of my (insert your own preferred instrument of self-defence/assault/penis-substitute here.) ?

  5. Aw, I envisioned shot glasses that look like the thing they put over Hannibal Lecter’s mouth when they wheeled him into the courtroom.

  6. SedanChair says:

    Flash suppressor. It suppresses flash. It screws onto the muzzle.

  7. Neural Kernel says:

    I think that for recreational intoxication, basic camp chores and home defense you’d be far better served by a Pipe Tomahawk ;)

  8. Matt Lewis says:

    Yuck. Now you can have a metallic taste and a side of alzheimer’s with every shot.

  9. nerdalert2 says:

    It’s actually a flash hider, not a suppressor.

    • Chipsa says:

       Flash suppressor is a perfectly legit term for it. Muzzle suppressor, on the other hand, isn’t (there’s flash and sound suppressors, which work differently).

  10. Mister44 says:

    $200? Good god they are proud of some milled aluminum.

  11. Eric Dobratz says:

    Not really sure that putting a flash suppressor (or something that looks like it) in your mouth/up to your face is necessarily a good idea.  Particularly when drinking heavily…

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