Second Amendment Support Ring
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LIMIT 10 PER ORDER
All orders ship with a tracking number and typically arrive in 5 days in the US and 9-13 days internationally.
Gift cards are digitally delivered worldwide.
Product only available to customers in the United States. Please allow 5-7 business days for shipping.
LIMIT 10 PER ORDER
All US orders ship with a tracking number. Please allow an estimated two to five weeks for production and delivery.
Please allow 2-4 weeks to manufacture and ship your product.
Please allow 4-5 business days for production and 2-5 days for delivery in the United States (3-10 days for international orders).
All orders ship with a tracking number, and usually ship within 3-5 days.
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- Support your Freedom to Bear Arms
- Fight to protect your Second Amendment right
- Get an amazing deal on an amazing ring
- This ring is not sold in stores
- Limited availability, get yours while they last
Beautiful Red Line Ring available for FREE NOW, but only for a limited time!
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Please reference ring size chart found in the images for sizing specifications
- Made from 100% Pure Stainless Steel
- Very durable
- Does not leave finger green
- The ring is very unique and is not sold in stores
How does the Thin Red Line represent the Second Amendment?
That is a great question. The red line comes from a combination of sources.
First, the phrase “crossing the red line” has become popular, to signify when action should be taken to prevent further harm. This is often thought of as a point of no return or a point in which safety can no longer be guaranteed.
Second, the color red, as defined by the US seal, represent hardiness and valor. Due to recent events and the resulting debate about second amendment rights, the red line has emerged as a representation of the second amendment supporter’s valor to not cross the red line of abolishing the second amendment.