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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka Dillo

On Superbowl Sunday, we watched the New Orleans win the Big Game. And since my team, San Diego Chargers, didn't do enough to get there. It was more or less about hanging out drinking and eating. But what a great game to say the least...

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

And with drinking, it finally gave me good enough reason to bust out the LaRue Tactical Beverage Entry Tool, also known as the "Dillo". As in, armadillo. I've had the bottle opener for some time now, in fact a few of them since LaRue Tactical gives them out like candy and never used them until now. This time around, we gave it a good test and it worked flawlessly...

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

The bottle opener can be used to open your favorite beer by twisting the cap off if your hands are wet as seen in the next photo. Or, by prying the cap off using the business end of the Dillo and lifting. The next set of photos demonstrates it...

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

The next set of flicks shows the Dillo's side profiles. What's also great about the LaRue Tactical Beverage Entry Tool is the finish. It doesn't matter how wet and slippery your hands are, it still maintains a rough surface to hold on to. Here's a description taken off LaRue Tactical about the product...

"The famous "Dillo" known world-wide. Opening your favorite beverage just isn't the same without one. Our Tactical Beverage Entry Tool, or `Dillo, is a handy bottle opener that can be used to twist or pry open bottle caps or used to open can tabs. Proudly made by LaRue Tactical in Texas, USA!"

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

After giving the Dillo a good test run by opening Karl Strauss' Amber Lager during the big game, this tool is going to used quite often in the future. It looks like it can take the abuse and then some...

LaRue Tactical Beverage Tool, aka

Oh yeah and the beer was pretty good too. I haven't had an Amber Lager beer from Karl Strauss in awhile. I also need to pick up a few more cases of San Diego brewed beer for those special times when I just want to kick down a few. Who am I fooling, I don't need a special time to drink...

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