Categories
BLOG

shot bongs

15″ Camouflage Bong by AMG

Camouflage Bong by AMG

Attention, soldier! American Made Glass wants YOU to take a big rip for your country with this single-shot bong. Simple yet effective, this 16” piece will survive a warzone, made with thick 5mm borosilicate glass throughout. The joint is especially reinforced to survive an unexpected tumble and follow you into the trenches. Achieve powerful diffusion without compromising durability with the diffused downstem. The Camouflage Bong even features an ice catcher for an unparalleled smoking experience. Arm yourself with this awesome low-maintenance bong today! We’ll send it out discretely with FREE, next-day shipping. Even at this incredible price, it’s even covered by our 100% money back guarantee!

Height: 16 inches
Diameter: 55mm
Glass Thickness: 5mm Borosilicate Glass
Percs: Diffused Downstem
Angle: 90 Degree
Joint Size: 18mm
Bowl Size: 14mm
Downstem: 14/18mm lo pro diffused downstem
Made in the USA by Local Home Grown Glass Blowers.
*Decal color may vary.

This straightshot has a really nice wide base and is by AMG. It features a camouflage design that is fully wrapped around very nicely and very neatly

Whether you are new or a hardcore smoker, this waterpipe by AMG is great for anyone and will surely please your taste buds and take your smoking experience to another level.

Badassglass.com is an online head shop located in Orange County, CA.
Free & Discreet Shipping on total orders of $50 or more! Items are shipped out within 24 hours.

If you have a question about this product you may email us at [email protected] or call toll free at (877)-885-8836. Our knowledgeable staff will be happy to help you and offer their unbiased opinion.

Share this:

Camouflage Bong by AMG

Attention, soldier! American Made Glass wants YOU to take a big rip for your country with this single-shot bong. Simple yet effective, this 16” piece will survive a warzone, made with thick 5mm borosilicate glass throughout. The joint is especially reinforced to survive an unexpected tumble and follow you into the trenches. Achieve powerful diffusion without compromising durability with the diffused downstem. The Camouflage Bong even features an ice catcher for an unparalleled smoking experience. Arm yourself with this awesome low-maintenance bong today! We’ll send it out discretely with FREE, next-day shipping. Even at this incredible price, it’s even covered by our 100% money back guarantee!

Height: 16 inches
Diameter: 55mm
Glass Thickness: 5mm Borosilicate Glass
Percs: Diffused Downstem
Angle: 90 Degree
Joint Size: 18mm
Bowl Size: 14mm
Downstem: 14/18mm lo pro diffused downstem
Made in the USA by Local Home Grown Glass Blowers.
*Decal color may vary.

This straightshot has a really nice wide base and is by AMG. It features a camouflage design that is fully wrapped around very nicely and very neatly

Whether you are new or a hardcore smoker, this waterpipe by AMG is great for anyone and will surely please your taste buds and take your smoking experience to another level.

The camouflage printed bong by AMG Glass is a unique piece with a camouflage graphic baked onto the glass for a long-lasting finish. Free shipping on all orders.

Demystifying the Bong, One Myth at a Time

Bongs, which you may also know by slang terms like bubbler, binger, or billy, are water pipes used to smoke cannabis.

They’ve been around for centuries. The word bong is said to have come from the Thai word “baung” for a bamboo tube used for smoking weed.

Today’s bongs look a lot more complicated than a simple bamboo tube, but they all come down to the same basic process.

Read on to learn more about how bongs work and why, contrary to lore, they aren’t actually any better for your lungs than other smoking methods.

Bongs come in all shapes and sizes. Some are very basic with just a bowl and chamber. Others are colorful, mouth-blown works of art.

At the end of the day, they all do basically the same thing: filter and cool the smoke that comes from the burning marijuana.

Bongs generally feature a small bowl that holds dried weed. When you light the weed it combusts. Meanwhile, as you inhale, the water in the bottom of the bong bubbles (or percolates, if you want to get technical). The smoke rises up through the water and then the chamber before entering your mouth and lungs.

If you’re looking for a smoother toke, a bong will give you just that compared to smoking weed rolled in paper.

As expected, the water in a bong eliminates the dry heat you get from a joint. The effect is often described as being cooler, creamy, and smooth rather than harsh.

This effect can be deceiving, though.

While the smoother smoke might feel better on your lungs, you’re still smoking. And that smoke is still filling up your lungs (we’ll spare the lecture on why this is all-around bad news for your health).

Sure, a small amount of the bad stuff might get filtered out. But it’s not enough to make much of a difference.

Yes, this means all those stories about bongs being the “safer” way to smoke are largely based on junk science.

So far, bong safety has been pretty low on the list of priorities when it comes to medical research. But as cannabis becomes legal in more areas, this could change.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health organizations, smoke is harmful to lung health regardless of what you’re smoking because of the carcinogens released from the combustion of materials.

Smoking marijuana, whether via doobie or bong, can harm lung tissues and cause scarring and damage to your small blood vessels.

The tendency to inhale deeply and hold your breath when smoking pot means you’re often exposed to more tar per breath. Plus, bongs are basically a way to get more smoke into your lungs while also making that smoke more pleasant to inhale.

All of these aspects make it easy to overdo it when using a bong.

One other risk to keep in mind is related to the use of plastic bongs. Plastics that contain chemicals like BPA and phthalates have been linked to adverse health effects, including cancer.

Bong health risks aside, depending on where you live and local laws, having a bong with marijuana in it or even just some residue could get you in legal hot water.

Research also shows that marijuana-only smokers have more healthcare visits related to respiratory conditions than nonsmokers, regardless of the method used to inhale the smoke.

How do those fancy bongs, with all their bells and whistles, actually work? Plus, find out whether they're actually easier on your lungs than a joint. ]]>