If you’re one of those chess fanatics who are always on the lookout for a new set, chances are you’ll enjoy playing with the Bullet Chess Set.
The pieces are made using spent .223 bullet shell casings – brass with a black walnut wooden base on one end, and steel with a red oak wooden base on the other. Each piece is detailed with cutting, curling and wood burning techniques.
The company promises that there are no live shells being used (you know, just in case things get out of hand when you go to take the Queen). And if you really want to personalize your game, they’re willing to customize your set with shell casings from one of your guns.
Guy movies look and feel a certain kind of way. Revenge, action, comedy, and yes, even a little romance, is what it takes to please us. We’re not even above embracing a kids’ movie once in a while. Th... Read more
It’s hard to come up with a list of the 100 greatest songs of all time and not leave people out, or be called a “son of a bitch” and other unflattering things by your readers. Nevertheless, inStash go... Read more
On rare occasions, all those years of drinking and making an ass out of oneself in public pay off. Such was the case when the editors of inStash asked me to comprise a list of must-try beers. It wasn’... Read more
If you're like every other guy who's after the James Bond persona, we've got just the thing for you. Iain Sinclair's CardSharp is doing for pocket knifes what the MacBook Air did for laptops (wait, wh... Read more
Not sure what it’s like in your part of the country, but where I’m at, we’re expected to get hit with our first heavy snow on Friday. Whether that happens or not, it’s going to be much colder than the... Read more
Sign up for the inStash Daily Newsletter delivered every morning via email. We bring you the best gadgets and gifts for men along with top lists and featured stories to keep you in the loop on what's hot. We hate spam so we'll never share or sell your email address. Promise.