Hand-wrapped paracord flexible cuff is capped with recycled shell casings
Jacksonville, FL -(AmmoLand.com)- Spent shell casings left behind on the ground after a target shooting session typically have no more use for the shooter and are recycled.
Survival Straps is transforming those discarded casings into a fashion statement. The new Range Master Bullet Bracelet combines classic Survival Straps paracord with actual spent, recycled, tumbled & polished nickel bullet shell casings.
The Range Master Bullet Bracelet is hand wrapped in military grade paracord. No wider than the casings the paracord fuses into each end, the bracelet has a streamlined coil design. It can be flexed wider or squeezed tight around the wrist for a custom fit. And, because the Range Master Bullet Bracelet is a cuff style design, it is easy to put on and take off without fussing with a clasp.
“Survival Straps has always been strongly connected to our Armed Forces and beyond that many of our customers are active outdoorsmen and women who enjoy the shooting sports. The Range Master Bullet Bracelet harnesses those customer’s personalities, careers and hobbies and expresses them in a bracelet that looks tough, is tough and is just plain cool,” said Survival Straps founder Kurt Walchle. “I am ecstatic to be able to introduce this bracelet as the next iteration of paracord accessories from Survival Straps.”
The Range Master Bullet Bracelet is available for purchase on the Survival Straps website in three sizes: small, medium & large, with three caliber options: .45, .40 and 9mm, in a range of colors. This Made in America bracelet has a $39.99 MSRP.
For more information and to order a custom Range Master Bullet Bracelet, visit www.survivalstraps.com.
About Survival Straps:
Founder Kurt Walchle started Survival Straps, makers of the Survival Bracelet, in 2006 at his kitchen table. Today, Survival Straps gear continues to be handmade in the U.S.A. with the finest care and craftsmanship. Survival Straps is an avid supporter of our men and women in uniform with dedicated bracelet lines for EMS, law enforcement and all branches of the military. To date the company has raised and donated almost $1,000,000 to veterans’ service charities.
For more information visit www.survivalstraps.com.