FAWN GROVE, Pa., July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In time for Independence Day, Ready Aim Craft has unveiled a new item to honor the Marine Corps. Similar to the handmade wooden signs created by the shop, the piece is lined with empty Winchester AA 12 gauge shotgun shells; the USMC emblem is then sealed to the wood.
"I've created many shotgun shell American flags for military members and their families, but this is something dedicated specifically to the Marines," says Janelle James, founder of Ready Aim Craft. "This has been something that has been in the works for quite some time, and I wanted to be sure it was perfect before making it available to my customers."
Ready Aim Craft has been in the process of obtaining trademark licenses from each branch of the military, but James predicts this item will be the most popular in the shop.
The idea came from a good friend of the James' and prior Marine, Craig Durham.
"Throughout the years, no matter where I go, I always see Marine flags, bumper stickers, etc., way more than other branches," says Durham. "I've been asked why so many people buy Marine flags, and I just say, 'it's a Marine thing.'"
The shop has also received a trademark license from the United States Coast Guard and plans to incorporate Coast Guard emblem into the collection over the coming weeks.
About Ready Aim Craft
Ready Aim Craft is a craft shop comprised of various items celebrating American pride and patriotism. The shop was started in 2013 by Janelle James, and everything is created and made by her and her husband, who serves in the Air Force.
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