Gold Bullet Whiskey Stones with Revolver Chamber Base


Load your bourbon, scotch, or whiskey glass for chillin’ with these XL gold bullet whiskey stones set in a revolver chamber base.

At the end of the day, the battle is nearly over.  Time for talking is done.  You have one shot to make it count, so why not load your drink with these gold bullet whiskey stones.  When your done you can reload the realistic bullet chamber for the next go ’round.  This unique set of whiskey chillers let you cool your drink in an unparalleled unique style.  No need for .22 mags, these extra large bullets allow for quicker chilling with a larger surface area.

Made to last, they consist of Anti Corrosion Resistant and FDA approved 304 Stainless Steel for the hired gun that does not have time for games.  The rounded edges of these six shooter stones will protect your glasses from being scratched.�� When you have to skip town in a hurry, these high quality whiskey stones are easy to pack in your saddle bags and head off to the next town.  The gold whiskey ammo chillers also make a great gift for any stylish drinker to use or decorate the home wet bar.

The white hats at Indoor Tactical guarantee your whiskey stones for life.  If at any time you are dissatisfied, they will replace the stones or give you a full refund!

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Here is what one verified outlaw purchaser had to say about them:

“I was looking for a way to keep my single malt chilled without watering down the merchandise. These bullets fit nicely in my 6oz. vertical whiskey glasses and perform that task perfectly. The six-shooter base is clever and looks great next to those glasses in my bar’s clear cabinet. I have received many complements on the overall design of this product. I would like something larger for my rocks glass (So I do not have to empty the cylinder); shotgun shells perhaps? I am very happy with this product and have already recommended it to others.” – Charles Patterson

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