Us old farts know that tactical isn't a piece of equipment. It's a state of mind, but he had some neat toys and he let us play with them. He gave me a cool piece of tactical equipment, and I told him I'd darned sure use it. There are those of you who remember that there are seven places on a GI .45 auto where it is possible to open a cold bottle of beer, and this product is in that spirit.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give to you the LaRue Tactical Beverage Entry Tool.
You can click on the picture for a bigger photo. This thing is made of high-tensile steel, shaped like an armadillo (the state bird of Texas), and can open bottles or cans of your favorite beverage. It's all together fitting and proper that LaRue Tactical makes such a device. In the words of Willie Nelson,
When the gun smoke settles, we'll sing a victory tuneIt is altogether fitting and proper that such a tactical devise exists.
And we'll all meet back at the local saloon,
And we'll raise up our glasses against evil forces, singing
Whiskey for my men, beer for my horses.
Go surf the LaRue Tactical web site. If any of you Texicans would like one, they make it also in the shape of your Gret State.
If you order one, tell 'em PawPaw sent you. I'm probably going to order a half-dozen as small gifts.