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Posted by Cole on 11th Aug 2015
If you have ever come across a 50 Caliber Ammocan you have probably come to the conclusion that it is the perfect size for storing just about anything.
Most people use them to store ammunition or fired bullet casings and some "preppers" even use them to store essentials for surviving the post apocalyptic world.
At Bullets2Bandages, we've decided to take a different approach and use the 50 Caliber Ammocan to create a one of a kind gift set that we call the "Survival Kit."
Each beat up ammocan is stripped, sandblasted and then professionally powder coated in a sleek, durable finish of your choosing. We then engrave the ammocan with your personalized message, logo or whatever you request.
Inside each Survival Kit is a custom felt insert that holds the contents securely in place and gives it that top quality feel and look.
Each "Survival Kit" comes with two stainless steel pint glasses (which also come with custom engraving), a stainless steel flask and funnel (also engraved) and of course one of our famous custom engraved 50 Caliber Bullet Bottle Openers.
We've previously blogged about our partnership with the Wingman Foundation (click here for a refresher), and in our first few months working with them we raised several hundred dollars through the sale of their Wingman Foundation branded 7.62mm and .50 Caliber Bottle Openers. You can see those products here.Given that the organization was founded by Marine Corps [...]
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.50 CAL BOTTLE OPENERS NOW AVAILABLE FOR EVERY INFANTRY BATTALION IN THE MARINE CORPS!You can now get our officially licensed USMC .50 Caliber Bottle Openers with the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor and the name and motto of any of the 27 infantry battalions in the Marine Corps!They're available with custom engraving on the reverse side, and [...]
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If you're not already following us on Instagram (@bullets2bandages) then I'd suggest doing so, particularly if you like craft beer photos and/or saving money with limited-edition deals on our products.Earlier this week we hit the 10,000 follower mark so we're thanking our fans with special offers throughout the weekend -- you can see a few [...]
DON'T WORRY -- THIS IS GOOD NEWS FOR OUR CUSTOMERSYou probably saw the blog post title and assumed that we're jacking our prices up -- nope, we're not going to do that to you. We intend to keep with our trend of offering the lowest prices out there for American-made, custom engraved .50 Cal Bottle [...]
With just over a day remaining, we're within $800 of our funding goal to make this project a reality!Click here to contribute: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bullets2bandages/handcrafted-leather-goodsWe will now offer the flasks and mason jars with ANY flag or unit patch that you send us -- so if we hit our goal you can mail us a state flag, battalion/squadron [...]
Operation Ward 57 has been one of our charity partners for quite a while now -- we've been able to support their mission by offering a handful of OW57 branded products through our website and donating 40% from each sale back to them.On August 1 in Tacoma, Washington, OW57 will host the Rock & Rally [...]
Over the years we've sold tens of thousands of our .50 Caliber Bottle Openers to our website and wholesale customers -- and thousands more to partner charities and military units. However, we occasionally get our hands on bottle openers that aren't up to our normal standards...they still function perfectly well, but they don't look quite good enough to sell [...]