Paracord For The Gun Lover

 

 

I have to say that BearArms Bracelets are a pretty neat twist on the standard paracord as they give a nod to the 2nd Amendment. They are very well manufactured, look great, and feel great. I have nothing but good things to say about the product and the manufacturer.

As a token of appreciation, I will be giving away one BearArms Paracord Bracelet to someone that leaves a comment on this post. Ensure to leave a valid email address (will not be shown publicly or used for any other purpose than contest notification) so that I may contact you on how to get your prize delivered. The deadline for contest entry is July 31, 2015 and a winner will be selected August 1, 2015.

 

 

Press release from the manufacturer:
It all started from a single man’s one bedroom apartment in Louisville, Kentucky back in February 2014. Fast forward and here we are now, a little over a year later and Mr. Sean Ramsey has had over 1500 transaction on his website, making approximately 3000 of his unique and exclusive BearArms Bullet Bracelets. The kicker is very minimal advertising was used and 95% of it came from Instagram posts.

Mr. Ramsey BearArms Bracelets are individually handmade by him one at a time. The bands are made with nylon rope, known for its durability, and are flexible and conform easily to the wrist, allowing for a tight fit. The bands are then paired with recycled shell casings in various different calibers. Some of the choices are, .22 Long Rifle, .380ACP, 9mm Luger, .40 Smith and Wesson and .45ACP. With over 50 colors and patterns available, the bracelets can be easily customized to the wearer’s preferences including specific ones representing the different branches of the United States Armed Forces.

These exclusive pieces of bullet casing jewelry came to fruition back in the beginning of 2014 as a way to allow people to express themselves in new, unconventional ways, and grew into something more. With the Second Amendment in mind, BearArms Bracelets founder Sean Ramsey sought to make a statement by developing these unique trinkets.

“I honestly didn’t think my bracelets would be this sought after. I just made a couple and posted a few pictures of them up on Instagram and they’ve taken off since then. I just wanted to make a symbol for people who believe passionately in Second Amendment rights, and I’m just happy to have been able to compact these views and freedoms that are important to millions of others, as well as myself into a beautiful piece of jewelry anyone would be proud to place upon their wrist.” says Ramsey.

The bullet bracelets are also a beautiful sentiment to show support and respect to a family member or friend who is an active servicemen/woman, in the reserves, retired and/or no longer with us. “In my opinion I just don’t think these heroes get the recognition they deserve and it makes my day each time I get an email from a soldier or their family member thanking me for what I am doing.” Ramsey stated.

Mr. Ramsey also donates a portion of the proceeds to the National Rifle Association (NRA) and the Wounded Warrior Project.

Ramsey’s ultimate goal is to make them available in care packages to be sent to military troops overseas and their families.

A short video featuring Mr. Ramsey giving back to those that serve:

Find out more information:
http://www.beararmsbracelets.com
https://www.facebook.com/beararmsbracelets
https://twitter.com/iRamsey13
https://instagram.com/dramsey13

47 thoughts on “Paracord For The Gun Lover

  1. Thanks for all of your work on this site, it’s fun to have something to look forward to in these drawings. While I own one firearm for home protection, I choose to save for the future instead of acting on my desire to want MORE guns haha. It’d be SO COOL to win a gun!

  2. Those bracelet’s look pretty cool. I don’t normally wear things like that but would love to have one.
    Thanks
    Bill J

  3. Brian,

    The .22LR models feature a magnet in the casing that holds it closed. The other models feature a wire in the center core to maintain shape.

  4. Great looking bracelet. would be nice to have when the SHTF.

  5. I don’t usually wear bracelets, but I would totally rock this one

  6. Very cool idea. I’d wear one for sure. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

  7. I have made numerous paracord bracelets and even belts in the past and I think this is an amazing idea. Thanks for the opportunity to win one.

  8. That’s a great story behind the bracelets, and as a former military member, I really appreciate his support for the troops. Thanks for letting us know about him!

  9. I appreciate your work on letting us know about various sweepstakes. It would also be nice to win some paracord. Thanks again for your work.

  10. That’s great that his business is doing so well after such little time. I know my brother would love one.

  11. Your Bullet Bracelets are unique and very cool. I wear quite a bit of expensive jewelry, but your work would make a great addition to my right wrist. Best of luck with your business. Keep up the good work………..Ken Baker

  12. These are handsome paracord bracelets. I don’t wear jewelry other than a watch but these are not only stylish, useful for emergencies and, in the right color, even masculine for the guys and pretty for the gals. Great product that makes a quiet but strong Second Amendment statement. All the success.

  13. Would love to win one, but there is a hero somewhere who deserves it more than I. If I win it, please put it in a care package. Keep up the good work!

  14. This is a very interesting bracelet. And I love that they’re handmade and got started on social media!

  15. I love these bracelets, the fact its made of paracord makes it actually usable just in case.

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