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Bullet Bottle Opener

Short of opening a bottle with your teeth, we can think of a more manly way to crack a cold one than with a demilitarized .50 caliber bullet casing…which is exactly what this is. Made in the good ole US of A out of military grade ammunition, this bottle opener is probably the only way most of us are ever going to handle a fist-sized .50 cal round, but we e ok with that.



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JERRY CAN BAR CABINET

The cool Jerry Can Bar Cabinet is a new product that gives an old iconic object a new, and dare we say, more meaningful life. So this Danish company takes old world war II Jerry cans, sandblasts them to get rid of the old paint and maybe some rust that could have been settling in, then restore them, powder coat them, and trim them exquisitely making magic by installing a luxurious wood shelve system that allows you to store some glasses, a cocktail mixer and up to t...
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THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS | Image

THE NIGHT YOU LEFT | MIRRORED COASTERS

"The Night You Left" is a set of four mirrored coasters, lined with digitally printed white powder reminiscent of cocaine lines. The coasters are by artist Nir Hod, he was inspired by his series of oil on mirror paintings(currently in exhibition at the Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York). The edition will be available for sale at PK Shop from September 13, 2012....
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FLEX 4 COOKWARE SYSTEM

Outdoor brand MSR are known for their cutting-edge backcountry gear, their collection of cookware and accessories are engineered and designed to nest together for packing efficiency. The Flex 4 System is ideal for group cooking on the go and features all the pots and pans for four hungry hikers to eat elaborate meals in style. It features a 3.2L nonstick pot, a 5.3L dual-handle pot, 2 strainer lids, a talon pot handle, and four personalized sets including a DeepDish...
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