50 Caliber BMG Bottle Openers for sale

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    Got mine today! Thanks Ron, this thing is beyond awesome!
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    Mine arrived last night, very nice!

    I'll be ordering more.
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    Payment sent... looking forward to receiving it.

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    Hey Ron, got it, love it, ordering another since my buddy just stole it!

    I just paid for another on PayPal....thanks and a quick question...my buddy was asking what size bullet is it, what grain? I Googled it and the 50 comes in many sizes so I have no idea.
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    It's a 647 grain Armor Piercing Incendiary (API) bullet. It's got a steelcore with a powder surrounding it that when it hits something hard at about2800 FPS and that ignites the flash powder. All that is wrapped in a copperjacket. It is however very safe unless you take a cutting torch to it. Even then it only would go poof and as long asyou had safety glasses you wouldn’t get damaged. I’ve cut them open with a Dremel tool and aslong as your careful it’s possible to do without catching it on fire. It’s not like a Rafoos round that has RDX init. I purchase these bullets 600 at atime in an ammo can that weighs 62 lbs. It makes the 50 BMG loads inexpensive enough to enjoy shooting. I just can’t compete with that bullet. I also have to be careful now that it’s sodry. I don’t want to take a chance andcatch my property on fire. When I polish up the bottle openers the silver tip gets messed up so I repaint it to look good.

    Thank you for the kudos.
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    That is awesome information Ron.....My buddy was cracking up when reading it, and will make sure his wife doesnt use it as a hammer! Too funny.

    Thanks again for the information and the wonderful nifty product.
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    Speaking of using it as a hammer. There was a picture going around where some GI used a live round as a hammer to clear a jam on a M2 and he accidently smacked the primer. His hand looked like there had been a granade gone off in it. Very messed up. With about 225 grains of powder in that case I can undtand ho it could mess your hand up. The only problem I had was that I figured it would burn you badly but this looked like it blew up in his hand. It must have been crimped pretty hard.
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    Ordered two last Thursday evening late and got them in the mail today (Monday)! They look great. Thanks Ron!!!
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    I'm glad you like them Sam, Take care.
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    Hey Ron,

    I just put two of my ex-military students onto this little treasure. We are in Xi'an China right now but they live in Oregon. I gave them your e-mail address. Expect to hear from them once they get back. They loved this idea and want them.

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    Thanks a bunch Tom I appreciate the good words.
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    BUMP for a good guy to do business with a very cool novelty item!

    Are you still making these?
    If so I'll take two more.
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    Yes, if they're still on the market I'll take one more. Thanks.

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    Money sent for two more. Thanks again Ron!!
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