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Battle Mug Acquired by TOT Holdings LLC

Friday, April 29th, 2016

26 April 2016 – Time On Target Holdings LLC announced the acquisition of the Battle Mug brand today from their headquarters near Huntsville, Alabama.

The company will continue to market Battle Mug products and will be introducing an expanded line of high quality, USA Made products geared towards Veterans, First Responders, and Patriots.

Battle Mug is an iconic beer mug which features M1913 Picatinny rails and a crenulated base and is protected by four U.S. patents.

The company was created in 2009 by a U.S. Army Combat Veteran who was focused on creating military and firearm inspired lifestyle products crafted to the same high standards expected in Mil-Spec equipment.

Since then the product line has been expanded to include a full line of barware, and other items aimed at the modern warfighter.

For more information about Battle Mug and their products, visit

Battle Mug – SwayMore Flask B18A1 Tactical Liquor Dispenser

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

SwayMore Flask B18A1 Tactical Liquor Dispenser

New from Battle Mug, the SwayMore Tactical Liquor Dispenser is a flask, machined from solid billet aluminum. It is accurate sized to match a real Claymore anti-personnel mine, and holds 12 oz of liquor. It’s made in the USA.

Battle Mug – Taking Flasks To A Whole New Level

Sunday, January 18th, 2015

Check out the new B18A1 SwayMore Tactical Liquor Dispenser from Battle Mug to be unveiled, appropriately enough, at SHOT Show.




Battle Mug Introduces the Travel Incendiary Transport System

Wednesday, July 17th, 2013


Battle Mug has just introduced the first 50 of the M56 Travel Incendiary Transport Systems on their website.

Designed as the ultimate tactical cigar case, the aluminum M56 is made in America, and features O-rings on both caps to insure nothing gets in, or out of your T.I.T.S. It also makes the perfect companion for your Battle Mug as it can be attached to a Picatinny rail via 30mm scope rings. Way cooler than a spare M4 carrying handle.


Yes guys, it’s all in good fun. Try it some time.

F’Ning Bottle Opener by Battle Mug

Thursday, May 31st, 2012


If you’re looking for the perfect companion to your Battle Mug then consider the F’Ning Bottle Opener. This M4 flash hider inspired bottle opener is Made from 4140 Pre-Hardened Mil-Spec quality Steel is Phosphate coated. Made in USA! With free shipping. No overseas orders, make sure you read their fine print.

Custom Dog Tag Battle Mug

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

I’m a big fan of Battle Mugs. In fact, I gave one to my oldest son to commemorate his commissioning. The Battle Mug is a big freakin’ beer mug crafted from a solid billet of aluminum. It integrates vertical Picatinny rails at the 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock positions that accept the standard removable M4 carry handle as well as aiming devices.

They recently made a custom Battle Mug with a recessed space for a dog tag and now they are considering offering a “dog tag mug” in addition to the standard Battle Mug (*the downside is you lose the ability to add a serial number or engraving on this version). They want to know which you would prefer? Original? Dog Tag version? To let them know your opinion, visit their facebook page.

Battle Mug

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

It’s getting VERY hot here at the home office and one of the best ways to cool down is to take a big, cool drink. So, why not do it in style? Featuring 4 Mil Std 1913 rails, the Battle Mug starts life as a 13.5 pound! solid block of 6061 T6 billet aluminum before it enters a state of the art CNC facility. What comes out is a 24 ounce tankard that screams warrior. The idea came about over beers and a conversation about a pile of removable M4 carrying handles.

Battle Mug has been used in a variety of ways; to commemorate commissioning, to honor others and hail & farewells, and as gifts for loved ones.

Battle Mug is Made in USA and can be customized in a variety of ways including various finishes. Additionally, the Picatinny rails will accept any number of accessories, including those pesky M4 carrying handles which make tipping back a brew or two a snap.

To order yours, visit