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HBG: Battle Mug

Battle Mug might just be your one stop shop for spicing up the unit Christmas party or adding a bit of awesome to your man cave.  Hell even our boss has one in the picture above.
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For the budget minded person, or the guy who wants to get a mug for each of the boys Battle Mug made the PMug.  Its a polymer version of the normal mug with a molded on handle.
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If you want to go all out how about a mug that started as a 13.5 pound solid block of 6061 T6 billet aluminum which is none other then the original Battle Mug.
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The also offer a flask capable of holding 4 ounces of your favorite booze called the Bullet-Shot conveniently being filled with one of my favorite drinks.
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If you already have the claymore hitch cover you might as well get one of the coolest flasks around to match.  The SwayMore Flask B18A1 Tactical Liquor Dispenser also started life as a giant chunk of metal machined by veterans in the states.

Battle Mug makes bombproof gifts for the firearms enthusiast or soldier.  These are all made in America by a veteran owned company.  If you want to check out some of their other products and accessories to stock some gifts head on over here, or check out their Facebook, and Instagram.  It goes without saying you likely shouldn't fly with most of these unless you're looking for a large TSA agent named Hanz to do an inspection.

Look for other badass ideas you can request as #holidayplunder, beginning page 106 in RECOIL #22; Holiday Buyers Guide.

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A little more about Battle Mug

The Battle Mug project started a few years ago as a bunch of old Army buddies sat around and contemplated what they should do with a slug of M4 carry handles they had laying around.

Long viewed as either hardcore gun guys that like to drink or hardcore beer guys that like to shoot it only seemed natural that they figure out a way of combining two great passions into one ass-kicking device.

Thus Battle Mug was born!

As the project matured, a few things were certain:

1. 100% MADE IN THE USA! Yeah, we get pissed when we see fan-boys buying stuff made in China

2. No compromise in the production method or materials. Yeah, we know there are ways to make it offshore by 9 year old kids or some cheaper producing method like casting, but that just didn't seem right.




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