Rae Industries Bullet Bracelet

Bullet Bracelet 2

Rae Industries has a 3D Printed bracelet that holds 9mm bullets. The links are supposed to be inspired by tank treads.

Bullet Bracelet

 

The bracelet can hold 14 rounds of 9mm. While cool, I am not sure if it is a good idea since some people have freaked out over teenagers wearing dummy bullet belts. It is a cool idea though.

Rae Industries sells it on their website for $17.97.



Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

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  • hikerguy

    Probably not a good idea. I am sure someone wearing it will cause a problem somewhere, and the anti gun crowd will cue in on it. I don’t see any use for it practically from a shooter’s position either.

  • Azril @ Alex Vostox

    THIS IS A BAD IDEA. Plus unless for revolver, this thing is the reason why magazine were used for semi-automatic.

    • wetcorps

      Belt fed pistols when?

      • Graham2

        Belt fed Micro Uzi was my first thought when I saw these!

      • Anonymoose

        Someone made a belt-fed 1911 way back in the day iirc.

      • Southpaw89

        I think an Italian experimented with that idea around WWII, it never really took off. The gun is somewhere in the Forgotten Weapons archives.

  • jeff k

    i kind of like it. i would wear one.

  • sam

    Nifty, I’m tempted to buy. Still, news article about a wearer getting SWATted in 5… 4… 3…

  • KestrelBike

    Coming soon to the surrender bucket at a TSA security-point near you!

  • Giolli Joker

    I’m waiting for Jerry Miculek to wear one of these, use it load his 9mm revolver, and shoot all 16 rounds on 4 targets in under 3s.

    • Anonymoose

      WITH MOONCLIPS!

  • Canadian Vet

    Maybe if the bracelet carried speed strips, or a combination speed-strip/moon clip for the revolvers meant for rimless rounds I’d see a point. Otherwise, just a bad-idea fashion statement all around.

  • John

    People freak out over teens wearing pacifiers, or showing skin, or certain colors, or uncovering their heads. Wear what you will and let the storm blow.

    • Southpaw89

      Or a kid pretends a pinecone is a grenade and gets kicked out of school. Its a good thing people didn’t react like this when I was running around the playground locked in a life or death dogfight with the Red Baron, I’d have never reached graduation.

  • T

    why no 12 gauge bracelets?

    • Anonymoose

      TOO SMALL.

  • Bill

    Theoretically, depending on where worn, like when visiting your buddy in prison or your relative in the secure psych ward or attending your Mom’s prostitution trial in the courthouse, the wearer might be subject to laws pertaining to the transportation of contraband into prohibited facilities.

    Though it is sort of neat – it’d be more badass in leather, and would make a cool addition to the right style of watchband.

    But that’s just me. One company made a holder with loops for shotgun shells that you wore on the forearm that was both practical, actually useful, plus chicks dug it at the clubs after hours cause you looked like you just walked off the set of a Mad Max movie

    • Giolli Joker

      Though life you had, poor child. 🙂

  • Bill

    wonder if it would hold pens, or whether I can find 9mm pens. Polo shirts generally don’t have enough pen carrying options

    • iksnilol

      Just drill out a 9mm casing to fit a pen.

  • Anonymoose

    This would make more sense with .38 Specials or .357s…

    • Giolli Joker

      I’m pretty sure that it would hold as many different rounds as the Medusa M47 could shoot… probably at least one more (.357 Max).
      I don’t think the bracelet is headspacing somewhere. 🙂

      • sam

        I was thinking that but I’m not sure; the slots seem to have a ridge for the heads of the cases, and to taper down a bit where the bullets would be, so I’m not sure if 38/357’s would fit well. You know, short of jamming them in or modifying, which would kind of defeat the premise of a luxury fashion accessory item.

    • Art out West

      That is what I thought as well. It makes a lot more sense in a “revolver caliber” like .38 or .357 where you generally load each round individually

    • Southpaw89

      This could work for someone with a Carter Arms 9mm revolver, but more common revolver cartridges would make more sense, especially if your shooting a single action where there’s no speedloader option. But the case diameter of 9mm is pretty close to .357, so it may work anyways.

  • iksnilol

    You could possibly use this for ear pro.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    I really hope this company has another product to fall back on.

    • Giolli Joker

      Indeed you just need to read the latest blog post. 🙂

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Haha, good to know. And the re-loader may actually sell.

  • DaveP.

    Run it up your forearm till your sleeve covers it, stuff it with .38’s, and use it to carry reloads for your S&W 442 or Ruger LCR.

  • Alex

    Bullet bracelet sounds corny. Should have gone with ‘wrist bandolier’. After all, you want to be taken seriously, not like some kind of a joke.

  • Tassiebush

    I really really hope that is a real thing!

  • Tassiebush

    could be a useful way to hold spare rounds for a 357/38 levergun. i’d imagine spare .223 might fit on it too.

  • screwtape2713

    Could actually be useful as is if you happen to own one of those Bond Arms derringers in 9mm. Would give you seven reloads right at your fingertips. Otherwise, they made it for the wrong cartridge…

  • Core

    I’ll hold out for the high capacity magazine bracelet.

  • anomad101

    It has to match my shoes. I am working on mag pouches for underwear, in case you get caught with your pants down.