cartridges

One of many very realistic looking entries into a Brooklyn, NY jello mold competition.

If you check out the gallery, some of them are pretty disturbing, in a “i’d never eat that even if it is jello” type of way.

Some of the cartridges look like 9mm, although others look very enlongated.  Maybe it was the way they were taken out of the mold that stretched them though *shrug*.  What do you guys think?

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Checkmate.  *loads king into AR-15*:

This chess set is yet another one of a kind item. I dare say this chess board may survive a nuclear blast! The board is constructed from 3/16 inch flat and 1/2 inch square pure solid hot rolled steel. Each board square is individually cut, prepped, welded to the steel frame. The board is signed and dated. Simple in design, but carefully crafted. The light squares are polished natural steel. The dark squares are hand painted black. The entire set is coated with clear polyurethane. The pieces are made using .223 caliber bullet shell casings, decorated with cuts, slashes, curls and bends. The light side pieces are set on red oak mounts,  using steel cased shells and the dark side pieces are mounted on black walnut, using brass cased shells.

More pics over at Etsy – HERE

If it wasn’t $510, I would have bought it before I blogged about it. :P

In the comments JamesF gives us a pic of his Marine 0311 Rifleman buddy’s homemade set in Afghanistan:

Awesome… I like how the royalty are .50s, and rooks are m203 shells.

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This is absolutely priceless:

When it cut off I was like “NOOOOOooooooooo”.

Hopefully we will see some more from that little guy. He will probably busy doing firearm terminology consulting work for the mainstream media though.

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