The "Big Shot" is probably the strangest product we have made, and it's "Development" story is even stranger. During a Government Audit, the Auditors wanted to see our machine shop. When they entered, they saw the Machinists huddled around working on something. The Machinists had drawings labeled "Big Shot". The Machinists were "caught in the act" of making shot glasses out of some extra Titanium we had on the shelf. The Auditors wanted some, the tour guide wanted some, and a new product was born. We joke internally, "This is NOT A Government Issued, Shot Glass, but it is government requested". (No machinists were harmed or disciplined during this incident, but they were toasted with shots.)
The Big Shot actually hold 2 ounces or 60mL (Equivalent to two shots)
Dimensions 2.6 x 1.47
2 Ounce Glass / 60 ML
Weight 1.9 Ounces
Features our non-slip golf ball pattern on the outside. (This will be much appreciated after a few shots of alcohol!)
I love this little shot glass. Very nice craftmanship on this thing. The logo on the bottom is a nice touch. I wish I had ordered two, so I could share Canadian Club with a friend. A pouch to put two of these in would be great too. Maybe one of the storage bags on this site would be a good fit. An 8 oz. titanium tumbler would be a good complement to this, for those of us who like Coke with a shot of 12 Year Classic. Also, if you could find a silicone cap that fits this cup, it could do double-duty for on-the-fly storage.
Excellent craftsmanship. If they ever make a small shot, I may order 12 for my Christmas dinner table.
Everything I’ve bought from County Comm is Top Shelf and amazing - and this 2oz Titanium shot glass is directly in my wheelhouse. The golf ball dimple pattern is very satisfying and it’s sturdy in the hand. Seems appropriate to Cheers the whole team involved.
Just picked up my second one. It’s very unique and always starts up a conversation when sharing a shot :)
Oh, would I love to have this in a large version either in Titanium or stainless steel to use as a coffee or drinking cup.