First there was the Muzzleshot, a reimagination of the M16 rifle's A2 flash hider as a 1-1/2-ounce glass for shooting booze, not bullets, making lushes, not war. Then the Muzzleshot morphed into the 5.56 Shot, a rebranding that soon prompted the glass' expansion into a fully loaded line of Caliber Ballistic Barware.
Now joining the 5.56 Shot are Caliber's .308 Middy, a 10-ounce rocks glass and--my personal favorite--the .50 BMG imperial pint glass. Twenty ounces in capacity and a pound-and-a-half in weight, I'll give you 3 guesses as to what "BMG" stands for.
Hint: The "B" is "Big."
Hint: The "G" is "Glass."
Hint: The "M" is a compound word, the first half of which is "Mother."
It's a BMG for your BMThirst. Your BMParty. Your BMGift for Dad, Gramps, or your friend Cornelius, who just took a softball to the kisser during rec league softball last night and needs a little pick-me-up.
All 3 Caliber Ballistic Barware glasses are made from mil-spec hardcoat anodized aluminum. The material gets colder than the heart of my ex-girlfriend Karen when she told me if she were starving she would shoot and eat me before her cat. No freezer required to get the chill going, just pour in your cold drink and let the Cal do the rest.
Check out the BMG, 5.56 Shot and .308 Middy glasses in the Caliber Ballistic Barware online store.