Holy Smoke in the News

We have been blessed with incredible news coverage since the inception of Holy Smoke. See what others are saying about our services.





"There have been outfits before that would load your remains into a cartridge, but Holy Smoke definitely has the best name and a cool logo, too. What makes Holy Smoke different from and better than the other company I remember is that their predecessors would only load your remains into one shell, while the Holy Smoke guys will make a whole flat of ammunition with each shell containing a portion of your ashes. I have to say that makes Holy Smoke’s service a much more attractive alternative. How could you rest in peace if you were worrying that the person you trusted the one and only shell containing your ashes to might miss?"  -- Field & Stream

"These Alabama game rangers offer a new service to turn your ashes into bullets!  Their company, Holy Smoke, already has a core target audience: people who love hunting and their right to bear arms." -- CBS42

 

When your loved one dies, how would you like to dispose of their ashes? You could scatter them somewhere sentimental. You could keep them in your house. Or you could load them into shotgun cartridges and go hunting. Happily, an Alabama-based company, Holy Smoke, is on hand if you prefer the latter option." -- 100gf






"The company offers a means to 'continue to protect your home and family even after you are gone,' by turning ashes into fully-functioning bullets." --
Fox News






"You want to plan your loved one’s final arrangements in a way that not only celebrate his or her life but also reflect that person’s passions and interests.
Holy Smoke LLC can help you honor the deceased outdoors person with a unique memorial that commemorates his or her love for shooting sports." -- Ammoland.com





 "Talk about a classy send off -- this is high caliber, literally. You pick the caliber." --
KVUE.com


"The company has even caught the attention of some members of the armed forces for military funerals, he said. "A 21 gun salute: Why not have your ash in it?" " -- WTOP.com



 
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