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Don’t Let Cough Interrupt Your Hunt, Get A Muffler

cough silencer By David Ponce

We’re fascinated by the fact that there seems to be an entire world out there that consider it a sport to hurl little balls of lead thousands of meters per second, right into living four-legged forest dwellers. But whatever, to each his own. Even hunters deserve gadgets. Now, we imagine that when you’ve spent the better part of the day waiting for Momo The Moose to come sauntering past your rifle’s sight, nothing would piss you off more than having to cough and scare every animal within a mile radius. But, stifling a cough isn’t fun either. So, the Cough Silencer lets you muffle it. Simply place against your lips, and cough your lungs out. The air will exit at the other end (thus letting you get the relief you need) but the sound of your lungs trying to wash away the years of Marlboro tar will not. You’ll then be free to keep reasserting your manhood hunting.

The Cough Silencer will set you back $25.

[ The Cough Silencer ] VIA [ NoPuedoCreer ]








  • Will

    It needs an adapter for the “other end” in case you get gas…

  • dmills

    David, where do you get your meat? thought so

  • Kate

    We get meet from the supermarket, from the animals like chicken and beef. These animals are grown for these purposes, and they are not cute. Deer, on the other hand are cute, and to me uneatable for this reason. Would you you eat your cat? It’s an animal, why not? See my point? You don’t have to shoot it down and eat it just because it moves! Oh and please, for all those who do…cover them up when you transport them!!!!!

  • Mikey

    Oh Kate, you are so right, they are cute, but they taste SO good!!
    I am eating Venison jerky right now. I don’t wish to be rude, but what is the difference between being grown for these purposes and living in a natural habitat and then killed so they may be eaten? Dead meat is dead meat no matter where it comes from and like I said, it’s really tasty. :-)