Middy Tactical Rocks Glass

Mar 3, 2015

Category: Gear

Desperation breeds invention, and we’re guessing at some point not too long ago, on a dusty, dangerous battlefield somewhere, a solider needed to pour himself a stiff one and only had his assault rifle’s flash hider available. And ya know what? It probably didn’t tasted fantastic.

The previous Muzzleshot A2 Flash Hider Shot Glass made sense, but now the Middy Tactical Rocks Glass goes a step further, giviing you room for 10 ounces of liquid refreshment. The Middy is a mil-spec hardcoat anodized, aluminum rocks glass styled after the A2 Flash Hider. Not that booze needed it, but it certainly brings an extra air of forbidden danger to whatever you’re sipping on, even if it’s just chocolate milk. [Purchase]

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