Tactical Coffee Mug Lets You Fit All Your Gun Accessories on your Coffee Mug

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There are coffee mugs and then there are coffee mugs that you can attach firearm accessories to. The OPMOD Battle Mug is obviously in the latter category. Carved from a single piece of T6 aluminum, the Battle Mug provides a versatile and durable vehicle for beverage quaffing. But the main draw is the three Mil-Spec 1913 scope rails, which allow you to fit just about any laser sight, night vision, or other accessory you’d like to your drinking device. It even includes an AR-15 handle, for when drinking coffee from a ceramic mug just isn’t manly enough. That’s all well and good, but can it fit one of these?

(OPMOD via Obvious Winner)

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