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September 22, 2004
And Claymore Whisky, too.

Via one of the mailing lists I'm on, What Next? Uzi Bourbon?

The creator of one of the world's most famous guns, the AK-47 assault rifle, launched another weapon in Britain Monday -- Kalashnikov vodka.

Yep, it's a real booze. Here's their website.

A couple comments from my shooting friends:

I wonder if Feinstein, Schumer and Kennedy will try to ban this too??
I think Kennedy may try to get these bottles off the streets by drinking them all...

And the winners:

You can have it, you just can't buy it in high-capacity containers.
... and you're only allowed one shot at a time...

We're such a fun group of guys.

[And yes, there really is a Claymore Whisky. Blended... ugh.]

Update/addendum: The mailing list to which I belong, in a contextually amusing conflation of guns and booze, is called "shooters." Hard to go wrong with that.

Posted by Russ at 03:14 PM, September 22, 2004 in Drinks & News

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Kennedy ought to go for any booze named after an "auto-loader."

He and Schumer don't like the stock cork suppresser though. It starts with the regulation soft "pop" but the more shots they take, the louder it gets. Not to worry. The ammo case ends with soft slurs, an *erp* and a big spray.

Posted by: Stephen at September 22, 2004 06:38 PM

As President of the United States of America, I promise never to sign any bill restricting the right to free drinks, or the right to keep and bare whisky.

Come on America! Vote for Yellow Dog and vote for free drinks as bare as you want to be.

Posted by: YELLOW DOG '04 at September 22, 2004 08:50 PM