CMMG Tactical Bacon 9 oz. Can
SKU #: CMMG-Tac-Bac
Its Tactical Bacon in a can. Fully cooked and fully prepared. 10+ year shelf life. Perfect for camping, hunting, zombie standoffs, end of the world scenarios etc. Don't be caught without Tac Bac! Now with more better grammar!
71% Recommend this product (5 of 7 responses)
December 31, 2015
Very simple instructions, open can, receive bacon.
ProsLot of bacon, long shelf life
ConsA little small for the price
June 8, 2015
C'MON GUYS, IT'S A NOVELTY!!! A GAG!!! Just take a deep breath and consider most terrorist's aversion to pork products. Myself, I would consider this a "projectile lubricant" instead of a food source!
June 4, 2015
Great weapon against terror
Have not purchased yet but love the concept.
ProsAwesome potential as a weapon against Islamic terrorists plus emergency food supply a 2 for 1 bonus.
February 10, 2015
Super good bought 10 just in case of emergencies
ProsTaste greatness lasts forever
September 9, 2013
Way over priced !!!
I have several of these cans for my bug-out bag. Having a long term protein is a must. But this is way over priced. You can get it cheaper from CMMG.
By Coleman Oswald
Las Vegas, Nv
July 23, 2013
Awesome gift idea
I bought 7 cans, one for each of my groomsmen and they loved them, thought they were the coolest thing ever. And I just had to buy a few cans for me for the zombie apocolypse. 10 year shelf life? They're gonna last forever, and it tastes pretty good too.
February 28, 2013
Great taste but there is no big science to canning food. 1/2 pound of bacon might be worth $3.00 tops. So why is this bacon priced at $25.00? Does it contain flecks of pure 24K gold?
2 Questions & 3 Answers
from firstname.lastname@example.org asked:
August 18, 2014
The original tactical meat was WW II Spam. How does this stuff taste?
this can of tactical bacon does actually taste pretty good but still not as good as fresh cooked bacon but in a world where we are not longer able to get bacon( i know it is hard to imagine) this can will be a life saver and considered gold to many.
on August 18, 2014
December 22, 2012
What are the ingredients please?
Pork, Water, Salt, Sugar, smoke flavoring, Sodium Phosphates, Sodium Erytharbate, and Sodium Nitrate.
on December 22, 2012
on December 9, 2013
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