"Zombie Bullets" Sell Out Following Wave Of Cannibal Attacks (Video)
Jun 15, 2012 12:06
Obviously, zombies don't exist. But the recent surge of cannibalism-related crimes caused by bath salts has left many folks preparing for the worse (you know, just in case we're wrong). And one particular ammunition company has decided to hop on the undead craze by releasing Z-Max bullets:
They're pretty just regular bullets with green tips and rebranded them with fancy zombie packaging. Still, these Zombie Max rounds would make a perfect addition to any zombie battle kit. It costs about $83-170 per box, and are already reportedly flying off the shelves.
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