Chocolate Rifle Magazines for Valentine’s Day

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posted on January 8, 2020
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Christmas is over, but don’t relax yet–Valentine’s Day is practically here!

There are many unique Valentines Day gifts available for the gun owners in your life, but this milk-chocolate version of a 30-round AR-15/M4 magazine from Mission First Tactical is a truly sweet choice. The gun owner in your life will probably laugh when they see it. (And then they’ll want to show it to all their shooting and hunting friends before they actually eat it.)

The chocolate bar is only available in limited batches around Christmas and Valentine’s Day and sells for $9.99.

“We started making these 4 or 5 years ago,” David Edelman, vice president of Mission First Tactical, told America’s 1st Freedom. “They’re not really a profit center for us. At first our sales manager’s wife made them with a chocolate-making kit. Now our bookkeeper’s wife, who owns a candy factory, makes them. But every year we make more, and every year they sell out.”

The chocolates are near-life-size 3D replicas of the company’s Extreme Duty Magazine, so if you really want to impress your Valentine, you can get both. You can also add a nice wallet, dump tray or holster, all custom-made by veterans, and all made in the U.S.

For more permanent fun, Mission First Tactical also makes weekly versions of the (non-chocolate) magazines with special prints. Past prints have included a Spartan warrior, holiday themes and rainbows with unicorns.

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