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What will they think of next? How's about 'Season Shot'?

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by priv8ter, Jul 27, 2007.

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  1. priv8ter

    priv8ter Member

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    So, I was cruising around on this new website a buddy of mine showed me called minyanville.com, and I came across a link for a product called 'Season Shot'.

    As near as I can tell, it's a hard packed seasoning pellet wrapped in a biodegradable coating, that is designed to melt into the suculent meat of your chosen game bird while you cook it! No need to remove the shot, just clean the bird and throw it in the oven.

    As someone who is not much of a bird hunter, I don't know what I want more...someone to tell me that this product is for real, or someone to tell me that this product is NOT real.

    Showing here:

    www.seasonshot.com

    Please do enjoy

    greg
     
  2. Deer Hunter

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    I just showed this to my parents.

    And both of them want some!
     
  3. MCgunner

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    They don't seem to mention shot material density or charge weight. I'll pass for now, thanks. All it says is "kills up to 45 yards" Don't exactly sound like great waterfowl loads, might be a lot of cripples, even if tasty cripples.

    I've got lots of ballistic questions that would need answering not to mention cost. I'm thinkin' I'll stick with what I've been doing. Seems REAL gimmicky.
     
  4. marksman13

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    Looks fun but I don't think I believe it.
     
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