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Shot Pellets Made From Seasoning Fill Your Bird Up With Flavor

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Flashback to 2006, where news of this first came out, and when it seems we were looking the other way. You see hunting, controversial a practice as you may want, is still going on strong in most parts of the world. And while filling birds up with shot may satisfy our primal instinct to kill other living creatures, it also has the unfortunate side effect of filling them up with inedible steel at the same time. Not if you pack your rifle with Season Shot. The shot pellets are actually tightly packed seasoning, which supposedly don’t disintegrate under the extreme stress of being ejected at high speeds by gaseous propellant. Instead of peppering the bird with metal, you’ll be seasoning it with Cajun, Lemon Pepper, Garlic, Teriyaki, or Honey Mustard flavors.

At least, those are the claims. Sadly, once you dig a little deeper and realize that even 7 years later the website still hasn’t announced a release date or an expected price, you get the sense that maybe this was just someone’s wishful thinking. Or pet project that didn’t pan out. But… with the crowdfunding avenues now available to the everyday inventor, how hard can it be to get something like this off the ground? Is it physically impossible? Any gun geeks out there to enlighten the rest of us?

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  • Joseph Miller

    Hunting is a “controversial practice”?