CMMG Tactical Bacon

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posted on May 13, 2014
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Sometimes, the gear that comes across the desk is yummy...

In addition to making excellent AR-15 rifles, parts and accessories, CMMG also offers a number of tactical provisions. There's the TacSnacks, high protein, low fat processed meat snacks, but what everyone's talking about is, of course, Tactical Bacon. Yes, Virginia, there is a Tactical Bacon.

There are many divisions in the tactical communities. AR vs. AK. Glock vs. 1911. 9 mm vs. .45 ACP. When it comes to favorite foods, though, there's bacon and, well, more bacon. CMMG has taken your favorite breakfast meat and made it suitable for your bug-out bag, survival shelter or zombie apocalypse kit.

With 54 slices of pre-cooked bacon at the ready, survival in even the toughest extremes is not only possible, but probable, because you have bacon. It even showcases that CMMG has a sense of humor, because on the back of the can is the silly phrase "Refrigerate after opening" - hello, it's bacon. There won't be any left to refrigerate!

Now, where'd I put my can opener?

MSRP: $19.95.

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