COMMEMORATIVE WWII BOTTLE OPENER with Signature Wood Box
- This special Bottle Breacher was designed as a tribute to our men and women who fought in one of the most important and deadly battles in US history. According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, an estimated 640 WWII Veterans die every day.
- We want to do our part to make sure that these heroes and their sacrifices are remembered.
- 20% of ALL proceeds from these WW2 gifts to be donated to Honor Flight Network. Ensuring that Veterans receive the care they need and have the ability to travel for free.
- Limited Collectors Edition of 500
- Available in Tan/Black only
- Available in 50 caliber and 20mm
- Comes with the custom designed Signature Sliding Lid Wood Box
- Additional 2-3 business days processing lead time
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Bottle Breacher’s are hand crafted .50 Caliber bottle openers made by Military Veterans. The staff at Bottle Breacher used to use .50 Caliber ammunition to defend our country down range, they now use them to provide the best man gifts, groomsmen gifts, and promotional products on the market.
MADE IN THE USA!
U.S. Pat. No. 9,309,100
An estimated 640 WWII veterans die each day. To express our thanks to these brave men and women Bottle Breacher pays tribute with this Limited Edition WWII B-52 Breacher available March 26th with proceeds benefiting The Honor Flight Network
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Starting a collection
Posted by Jesse Rodriguez on 24th Jun 2018
Very well made. Love it and already using it for my beers when I BBQ. This one is going start of my collection.
Posted by email@example.com on 22nd Jun 2018
The design was beautifully done, the coating/paint seemed top quality, and the presentation with the gift box was perfect. It was a gift for my dad, but I secretly wanted to keep it for myself.
WWII Breacher of Honor
Posted by Jonathan Pomianek on 20th Jun 2018
As a history nut, and a volunteer with veterans, I had to have this one. It is indeed the high standard setting masterpiece one expects from BB. Great design, perfect placement, and fitting - oh so fitting. I am extremely glad I was able to get one this time around. As an added bonus, Honor Flight Network is a great cause to get behind, and I'm pleased to also give them a hand.
Thank you Bottle Breached for paying it forward as you do.
Posted by Renee Souza on 30th Dec 2017
I just got my bottle breacher and let me tell you the quality of craftsmanship is mind blowing. I go the WWII 50 cal., thought it was just a painted decal from the web picture but it's engraved into the metal then painted. It is such a piece of art! Nothing better than American made!
Posted by Steve on 26th Oct 2017
Top of the line work. Wish you guys great success.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Oct 2017
You will not be disappointed! Everyone I have bought these for love them . Great gifts . Best of all made by Veterans.
Works of Art!
Posted by G. Baker on 22nd May 2017
I bought two of these. One for me and one as a gift. These are my sixth and seventh breachers. Beautiful works of art. Build your display of never forgotten today!
Posted by Dennis Nasuti on 16th May 2017
My son Guy requested this one for himself, so I ordered one for him. He seem pleased with it, as we presented it to him this last saturday. Box was also classy!
Bottle Breacher Rocks
Posted by Pat Hunter on 13th Apr 2017
i have 3 bottle breacher products Tan Frag Granade, Red 50cal with skull flag and the limited edition WW 20MM. I love the quality and customer service. Best of all buying these products supports our troops.
Loved Ones Remembered
Posted by Cindy Robinson on 13th Apr 2017
This WWII Bottle Breacher is wonderful. It brings back the memories of my mom and dad and their stories of that time. Mom had turned 18 yrs old and got a job at the Willow Run plant in Michigan, which was built by the Ford Motor Company in 1941. She and her sister worked with others inspecting the 'skins' of the B-24 Liberator bomber in the one area of the plant. I loved hearing her stories of that time in her life. And Dad had joined the US Marines just before his 17th birthday and served the, 'duration national emergency', his papers read, or what was the end of the war. He moved up the ranks and was Corporal (Special) Aviation Duty. He didn't talk much about those days. But, I think what courage he had to join. It had to be scary for such a young boy. He received an honorable discharge and left with just 1 shirt, 1 pair of trousers, 1 vest, 1 sweater, 1 belt, and 1 pair of shoes. They were indeed part of America's Greatest Generation. May God bless my beloved parents and all those that served in the military and here at home.
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