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Tactical Beer Mug With Scope Mounts, AR-15 Handle

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This is the $250 OPMOD Battle Mug, a 24-ounce beer receptacle milled out of a solid 13.5-lb block of aluminum that comes equipped with military-spec rails so you can attach all kinds of scopes and laser sights. "Yeah but why?" WHY?! To make sure you don't miss your mouth, dummy!

Hit the jump for a worthwhile shot of the thing decked out in scopes, a video demo, and a link to the product page.

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Product Site

Thanks to Brian, who drinks his morning coffee out of a live grenade so people don't bother him until after he's gotten his fix.

There are Comments.
  • The beer koozie has progressed in both content and style. The materials of which the beer koozie has been made include simply memory polyurethane foam, neoprene and a polyurethane foam version of neoprene. Some companies create koozies for 40 oz. containers. The content used to create the koozie is designed to prevent drinks from becoming hotter.

  • Thor

    It is not a handle, though idiots use it as one, it is the sight rail.

  • Its cool, but not $250.00 cool.

  • Jadis

    I think I know someone that would love this. 

  • can it attach one of those under barrel mini grenade launchers that go on a rifle?

  • Jake Krohn

    Not an AR-15 handle... it's a colt M4 handle... DUH!

  • You don't even know what you're talking about...

  • This is just stupid.

  • Neal Atomkinder

    As a fellow atheist, I disagree.

  • Ooookay.
    In my opinion this is just stupid.
    Better?

  • Gerrad Cunningham

    Nerds!

  • f

    ...

  • Emmitt Morgans

    If you can somehow attach a bayonet, this is the perfect liquid carrying device!

    I wanna hump it!!!

  • Le_Jines

    just make sure you take it off before you have a sip.... though my eye patch does make me look cooler.

  • Emmitt Morgans

     It makes barfights a bit more one-sided...

  • Dope as fuck.

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