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September 26, 2005

Magnetic Bullet Holes


"Realistic magnetic bullet holes give your vehicle a look that everyone will be talking about."

Excellent prank.

"No glue or adhesvie needed — simply apply to any clean steel surface."

Made of flexible rubber ferrite and guaranteed to permanently maintain their magnetic power.

"Authentic gray coloring looks like your [or your victim's] paint has been blasted down to the primer."

Weatherproof and car wash resistant, they remain firmly in place even at highway speeds.

"Can be repositioned or removed easily."

Each bullet hole measures about 1.5" across.

$4.98 for a set of 6 here.

September 26, 2005 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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Tracked on Sep 27, 2005 8:06:07 AM


The vehicles that prowl my neighborhood these days are adorned with REAL bullet holes. My once sweet, placid, neighborly little town has become the province of small-time gangs and hoods (does ANYBODY said "hood" anymore, in the miscreant sense?), but not so small that they can't wreak some real havoc. Anyway, around here they'd just shoot at you for sporting something like this on your car.

Maybe on West Paces Ferry they would be cute, but not around here. (Sorry, this is the Atlanta 'burbs.)

Posted by: Flutist | Sep 26, 2005 7:21:07 PM

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