Coonan Vampire Stake and 357 Mag Silver Bullets

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Just in time for fan of the latest Twilight movie, Coonan have launched a limited edition “Triple Threat Apocalyptic Kit”. The triple threat it protects against are Zombies, Vampires and Werewolf. Each stake contains eight silver jacketed .357 Magnum bullets.

The cost is $39.99 including shipping.


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  • Reverend Clint

    wait long enough and the vampire fans will just cut themselves

  • Pepin the Short

    As a general rule, folks who are fans of the “Twilight” series are not also fans of firearms.

    I feel that the world is better off without these two demographics coinciding.

    • bbmg

      The shaded area in the 13 year old girls/firearm enthusiasts Venn diagram is very small indeed.

      • Paul

        You seem to be forgetting the positively disturbing amounts of soccer moms that are enthralled with a sparkly vampire that resembles a sparkly teenaged boy and a werewolf that resembles a teenaged boy. Not that it’s very likely there is much overlap in gun ownership in that population segment either.

    • Seth

      This strikes me as an appeal to anti-“Twilight” fans. A considerably larger demographic among gun owners.

  • bbmg

    They should have made the stake around a zip gun, to allow a stab-shoot combo. It has to be said though that once it was realised that moonlight is actually reflected sunlight, the vampire problem has considerably waned.

    • Tim

      SKS, dude. The bayonets was made specifically for stabbing shit-bird twilight douchebags.

  • Mr. Fahrenheit

    No garlic? No crucifix? No wolfsbane? Way to be unprepared.

    • Cymond

      Don’t forget holy water, a mirror, and some mustard seeds.

      Some legends claim that vamps have a counting compulsion, and must stop to count a handful of mustard seeds thrown on the ground.

      A silver ring engraved with crucifixes would be a good way to identify vamps masquerading as human. Just shake someone’s hand and see if he flinches.

      • bbmg

        I think you’ll find that the actual vampires walking the earth will be quite keen on silver… as well as gold, diamonds, anything of percieved value as they proceed to suck the life out of you for their own benefit.

  • Aurelien

    I’m pretty sure that’s for fans of Supernatural, to go with the salt buckshot.

    Or did you mean just in time to go out and shoot Twilight fans ?

  • tudza

    I thought silver didn’t work very well as a material for bullets. I see these are just silver jacketed, that probably works just fine.

  • Partizan1942

    Coonan used to make my all time favorite 1911s chambered in 357mag. Now I wish someone would produce “anti manager” tomatoes so I could buy some and throw it at their management for coming up with this anti vampire/zombie/warewolf nonsense and thus relegating themselves from the line of serious weapons manufacturers to a toy company.

    • MrMaigo

      Seems like they’re making it again… Can anyone lent me like $1,600?

  • greasyjohn

    Shoulda seen this coming, of course the industry would branch out after it ran zombies into the ground. I guess next we’ll see overpriced Dragon’s Breath to put down Frankenstein and… what kills Mummies again?

    • bbmg

      Postnatal depression ;)

  • gunslinger

    what other monster elimination stuff can we go after?

  • Mike Knox

    Just eight rounds? There’s enough room in that “stake” for thirteen..

    • noob

      Now that would be raising the stakes.

      • Mike Knox

        ‘Stake’ it from someone who plays around with geometry, you can ‘stake’ it further than that..

      • noob

        Mike – I should study some geometry. weapons design is serious bzness and I don’t want to make a mis-stake.

      • Mike Knox

        Well, ‘stake’ your time if you have to..

  • Gabriel

    If you live in California you have to email or mail them a copy of your driver’s license. If you live in Los Angeles they will not even ship to you. Ha! How lame!

    I thought this would make a great gag gift for my friend for Christmas, but I’m not going to jump through all the hoops. I get ammo shipped from Cheaper than Dirt shipped frequently and don’t have the hassle….

    PASS!

    • Tim

      Does anyone actually *live* in California? (Besides the ~39 million zombies, that is?)

  • BillyBones

    Stupid product for stupid people spending money stupidly.

    • cory78

      Twilight effect…

  • Sam Suggs

    yeah the emotional whiny bitch vanmpires definitly make me feel more murderie