Getting Hitched? Get a Bullet for the Wedding Party

One of the items I did not know when planning a wedding (well, outside of anything about planning a wedding), was the requirements to provide gifts and trinkets to all the various guests and support personnel. I was woefully mistaken in the assumption that my betrothed and I could just elope at the courthouse. Turns out there was some major pomp and circumstance to attend to.

Where I defaulted to providing the obligatory and unoriginal shot glasses with names and dates, there are some better options for those ballistically inclined. While .50 cal bottle openers are certainly not new (mine has many a beer under its feet) the fusion of the ballistic beverage breaker and nupital gift is a new one.

Offered by Bullets2Banages.org, a business that donates 15% of the profits to veteran charities, the Bullet Bottle Openers are completely customizable gifts. Offered in various colors including a matte black, pink, brass, and the “silver bullet” the groomsman gifts are a solid change of pace.

The gifts range from about $20 to $40, depending on the options and customization selected. The best part? They can be done in a few days for those of us (like me) who forget all those things one is “supposed” to do for a wedding!



Frank.K

TFB’s FNG. Completely irreverent of all things marketing but a passionate lover of new ideas and old ones well executed. Enjoys musing on all things firearms, shooting 3-gun, and attempting to be both tacticool AND tactical.


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  • Johnsmyname

    OK, which TFB writer owns shares in Bullets2banges?? JK, but that was too easy. 🙂

  • Gary Kirk

    Woulda been nice to know about these 2 years ago..

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    If I ever get hitched ill take two bullets.

  • mitch

    You missed the opportunity to get a tuxedo Freedom Frag or 30mm opener from Bottle Breacher!

  • Michael Gallagher

    Don’t take it on a plane in carry on, TSA will take it from you.

    Stupid I know, but it’s the government.

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    • Rock or Something

      Yep and they aren’t even consistent. I had a .308 keychain with holes showing it was empty and it went nonchalantly through Fayetteville airport TSA. Coming back through Philadelphia, the TSA agent was flabbergasted and refused to let me take it on the plane.

  • Neil Hamilton Hightower III

    That’s what my friend gave all groomsman. But ours are solid brass machined to look like a 308