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223 Bullet Oil Vial Keychain

Item #: GTD-223VIAL
Price: $15.95
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    • Stylish 223 Bullet Oil Vial Keychain
    • Approximately 2.5" long
    • Made from .223 round casing
    • Includes rubber seal to prevent leaking
    • 9mm also available
    • Great for Latter-day Saint men
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    Created from a .223 round casing, this eye-catching oil vial will last for years. With a rubber seal to prevent leaking and a dropper for convenience when giving blessings. It easily attaches to your keychain making it convenient to take everywhere with you. This unique oil vial design is perfect for hunters or sport shooters. A 9mm is also available.

    The .223 was created in 1963 from Remington, meant to protect and always land where we aim. The intent is to protect ourselves and those we love is not a new idea. But the combination of the 223 bullet turned into an oil vial can show us that protection comes in different forms. The consecrated oil is to be used by Priesthood holders to provide healing for those sick and afflicted. We arm ourselves for safety and for blessings with this 223 Bullet Oil Vial Keychain. This bullet has been taken apart to be made safe, and is meant for another divine purpose. It's a symbol of how we use guns and bullets. You can use them to hurt or to protect those around you. When you take it apart you show that it isn't inherently dangerous, but can instead stand as a symbol of the life it can bring. Bullets bring safety for our bodies, but the oil vial brings safety for the soul.

    “God offers us counsel not just for our own safety but for the safety of His other children, whom we should love. There are few comforts so sweet as to know that we have been an instrument in the hands of God in leading someone else to safety. That blessing generally requires the faith to follow counsel when it is hard to do.”
    - Henry B. Eyring.