Your black rifle has every cool accessory on the market, right? Wrong!!!
What are Gunsticles? Well, you’ve heard of truck nuts, right? Basically, it’s the same principle. Like when you initially thought your Ford Raptor was all boss with the custom paint job and matching red leather seats but you knew deep down inside something was still missing, that you had reached the proverbial 10 but to kick up to an unassailable 11 you had to go the extra mile so you slapped on a pair of balls under your oversized tow hitch and — Yahtzee! — true boss status was reached.
Yeah. That’s what Gunsticles are. The cherry on top of the sundae. The gust of wind that pushes you over the cliff. The enviable accessory that allows you to reach 11.
Anthony Melis, the inventor of Gunsticles, talked about the inspiration behind his product.
“Honestly one day I was just looking through some pictures on the internet of cool guns and thought, these guns are awesome but they are just missing a great set of big, beautiful balls,” Melis said in an email to GunsAmerica. “A rifle barrel certainly looks a bit phallic, so it’s only natural to drape some beautiful nuts under it!”
You might be asking yourself, is this dude for real? The answer is yes. Gunsticles are for real.
“I have taken the product very seriously from the start. I treated it like it was a real tactical accessory,” he said. “Lots of thought went into the actual sculpting of the balls, the materials to use, the SolidWorks design of the rail attachment, etc.”
“I really intend people to put these on their guns and display them proudly,” Melis continued.
Gunsticles can be mounted to your Picatinny or Weaver rail. But Melis cautioned about operating your firearm with the balls attached.
“Our lawyers tell us not to encourage people to fire the weapons with them attached, so I can’t advise doing that. But I really want people to take them out of the box, put them on their guns, and show their friends,” said Melis.
Currently, Gunsticles come in two colors: Dark Earth and Tactical Black. Melis says that a pink pair is in the works for Breast Cancer Awareness Month this fall.
Shipping on these gun nuts is free. Pricing starts and $19.95. But the more you buy, the cheaper they are.
“A great gift for dads, grads, and soldiers and we will happily ship to APO and FPO addresses! I hope our glorious rifle mounted balls will bring a smile to the face of a warfighter on some distant continent. That’s my American Dream,” said Melis.
Pick up your pair of Gunsticles today by visiting Gunsticles.com.