AK-Magazine-Shaped Ice Cube Trays for 7.62mm Cocktails

Are you tired of serving vodka on the rocks when all the rocks you have are cuboid?  Have been toiling to find a way to cool your gins and tonic with a zeal that matches your passion for juniper-based spirits?  Are you such a fan of the 7.62x39mm Russian caliber that you’re dying to put bullets into anything and everything that’ll accept them?

Well then you need to check out these AK-magazine-shaped ice cube trays, they spit out ten 7.62mm ice bullets in a matter of minutes (freezing times vary from appliance to appliance).

Because in the past, we’ve all tried filling our AK magazines with water and freezing them, in attempts to produce 7.62mm ice bullets.  Of course we have, that’s how you find out that magazines make terrible bullet-shaped ice cubes.  And the flavor of cordite and lubricant spoils a mixed drink like nothing else!


A real magazine just makes terrible ice cubes.

From our friends across the pond, these British ice cube trays ship all around the world, and cost about $12 before S&H.  Not enough for you?  Need some heavier ordnance in your tipple?

Featuring classic WWII-era lines with added little rings around the “cube” that we think are pretty swanky, Findmeagift.com also offers a beverage bomb ice cube tray for a longer-lasting cold that melts slowly and won’t water down your top-shelf palliative.


Booooring.

*Update* These bullet ice cube trays are available domestically, thanks to Amazon.  Linky.

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