FAWN GROVE, Pa., Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Ready Aim Craft has just added a new item to their e-commerce website, a Texas flag made entirely from spent 12-gauge rounds. Over 100 Rio rounds compose the vertical blue stripe, representing loyalty. The white and red horizontal stripes are made from 130 Fiocchi rounds and 130 Winchester rounds, representing purity and bravery, respectively.
The first item created by Ready Aim Craft in 2013 was the Shotgun Shell American Flag, and when owner and curator Janelle James noticed the majority of customers were from Texas, she wanted to make something especially for them.
"Most folks are proud of their home state," James explains, "but those from the Lone Star State have an unmatched pride. You can't go anywhere in Texas without seeing the Texas flag, and anyone you meet would say they wouldn't want to live anywhere else."
Now that the design and structure of the Shotgun Shell Texas Flag have been perfected, James sees this month as being the perfect time to add it to the site. February 23 – March 6 is the 180th anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo, one of the most significant events of the Texas Revolution.
"Although our Shotgun Shell Texas Flag makes for a unique piece of home décor, it is what it symbolizes that seems to mean more to our customers," James says. "It serves as a reminder of those that paid the ultimate sacrifice for freedom and made the state what it is today."
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. Ready Aim Craft is a member of the NRA Business Alliance.
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