Don't Tread on Me .50 Caliber Bullet Bottle Opener

What was once a red-hot round fired by our U.S.
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What was once a red-hot round fired by our U.S. military, can now be used to crack open your ice cold beverage of choice. Engraved with the Gadsden logo, this 50 Caliber Bullet Bottle Opener is sure to spark some conversation. Each piece is handmade from genuine brass casings procured directly from the Department of Defense. Made in the USA

Each bottle opener is made from a genuine military-fired 50 caliber casing that has been expertly coated with a matte black military-grade powder coating. They measure approximately 5.5”.

**This item is made from genuine once fired shell casings and may contain minor blemishes or scratches consistent with their history. Although this product is an insert round and does not contain any active gun powder or primers, making them 100% safe for use, they resemble live ammunition; therefore, we do not recommend bringing them to locations where live ammunition is not permitted (e.g. schools, airports, etc.).

  • .50 caliber bullet
  • Dimensions: 5.5"
  • Gadsden snake + "Don't Tread on Me" laser engraved on side
  • Color: olive drab
  • Made in USA
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