The Battle Mug (P): Coming to a beverage near you

The Battle Mug (P)

Battle Mug owner Joe Lundberg, lian Harrison (Top Shot Season 1 winner), and Chris Cheng (Top Shot Season 4 winner) sporting their Battle Mugs at a recent firearms industry range day.

Battle Mug owner Joe Lundberg, lian Harrison (Top Shot Season 1 winner), and Chris Cheng (Top Shot Season 4 winner) sporting their Battle Mugs at a recent firearms industry range day.

The Battle Mug project started a few years ago when a bunch of old Army buddies sat around and contemplated what they should do with the 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 seemed only natural that these Vets would figure out a way of combining two great passions into one ass-kicking device.

Thus Battle Mug was born!

But the Battle Mug is not for everyone. With an asking price close to $200, the Battle Mug is an exclusive container.

Good thing they’ve developed a Battle Mug for the everyman. This polymer Battle Mug alternative is far less expensive and durable in ways even aluminum isn’t. Also it probably doesn’t make beer taste funny.

At just $45, they’re going to move a lot of these. The carry handle is integrated, but the other three rails are mil-spec and can carry any Picatinny-mounted beverage accessories you want.

Also, check out their shot glasses.

Battle Mug Shot Glasses

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