When it comes to hunting and shotguns, you really never know what a ballistic company may make next to try and encourage hunters to buy more of their products. If it is not ingenious ways to hold their rifles or stylish looking ammo holders and numerous other accessories then the one thing they like to manufacture and promote is new types of ammo.
Remember the guns industry in the United States of America is huge and is a big part of their yearly economic value. Well one company called Advanced Ballistic Concepts, decided to try and take it one step further & save you time in the kitchen during duck hunting season. The professional ballistic creation company that is famous for making the multiple impact bullets has now gone in a different direction: adding spices and seasoning to their ammo.
The idea revolves around filling up a 12 gauge shotshell with spices and seasoning, and of course, some flavor coated number four & some BBB steel shot pellets. Yes, that is correct, you did read the last sentence correctly, the pellets themselves are enrobed in hundreds of spices so that as soon as your freshly hunted duck starts to fall from the sky, it is already marinating in hundreds of cajun flavoring. Some people are even proclaiming it is indeed a very tasty way to spice your duck.
Still, it definitely comes with limitations, no way you will be shooting anything from long distance as the spices will not be flying that far. But then if you do take the correct aim and timing, with the wind in your favor, you may be able to create a whole cloud of delicate aromas during your hunting. If anything it will stop the wet sweaty smell that lingers in the air around hunters and their labrador dogs.