PackRat Paragraphs: 1930’s Bullet Shot Glass Container

Anitque Bullet Shell Shotglass Container

During the Covered Bridge Festival, my lovely girlfriend Kim and I went shopping at a fine man named Whitey’s house. He had all kinds of random collectibles, weapons and neat stuff. One of the things I picked up from him was this antique bullet shot glass container. Stained with rust, blood, and well-aged whiskey remnants I knew this thing had to be mine. I’ve looked all over the internet for something like it and have found nothing. If anyone has any information on how much something like this might be worth, hit me up.

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It holds four little tin shot glasses.

It holds four little tin shot glasses.

Isn't it cute?

Isn't it cute?

6 thoughts on “PackRat Paragraphs: 1930’s Bullet Shot Glass Container


  1. Is… Is that a giant monster can store display in the background? DO THAT NEXT!!! DO THAT NEXXXXTTTT!!!!

    This thing is really neat. How much did it run you?

    PS: you know your camera cost too much money when pics show every curve in your fingerprint. Am I creepy for noticing that? … Yeah, I definitely am.


  2. this is sweet as hell
    this shows that even during the depression they knew how to party it up right


  3. @tallboy

    Yes, tallboy, it is a giant monster can store display and I’ll do it when I get to it. K? I’ve only done two entries, so calm down, there’s plenty of time for it. I promise.

    It cost me ten bucks

    yeah, you are creepy. but it was a 400 dollar camer, It had better show every curve in my fingerprint!

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