Grinnell, Iowa –-(Ammoland.com)- Brownells now sells Victory Wear shirts. Emblazoned with motivational images and themes, Victory Wear helps shooters and gun owners show off their pride and patriotism at the range, at the mall, or just walking around.
Made in America, the shirts are a tri-blend of Polyester, ring-spun cotton and rayon that feels light and comfortable. Brownells will offer the Every Day Carbine, Modern Day Coach Gun and Run Hide Fight shirts in a variety of colors and sizes.
Matt Jacques, President and Owner of Victory First, created Victory Wear based on the suggestions of several of his students and business associates. “They are for the folks who subscribe to the beliefs of the 2nd Amendment and the right of self-protection,” said Jacques.
An experienced trainer, Jacques is a retired Police Officer, and a Marine Corps veteran who spent most of his service with HMX-1, the Presidential Helicopter Squadron. He also worked for two Virginia law enforcement agencies, and was a founding Special Deputy of the U.S. Marshal Capital Area Fugitive Task Force for the Washington D.C. office.
Victory Wear will be featured on Austin Hill’s truck in the 2017 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series Alpha Energy Solutions 250. Viewers can tune in to either FOX or the Motor Racing Network on Saturday April 1, at 3:00 pm Eastern Time to see the Victory Wear truck in the race.
Serious About Firearms Since 1939, Brownells is the world’s leading source for guns, gun parts and accessories, ammunition, gunsmithing tools and survival gear. With a large selection of both common and hard-to-find items, and an extensive collection of videos, articles, and gun schematics, Brownells is the expert for everything shooting-related. Committed to maintaining our great traditions, Brownells has more, does more and knows more – and guarantees it all, Forever. For more information or to place an order, call 800-741-0015 or visit Brownells.com. Stay up-to-date with Brownells on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
That’s a great shirt, but I think a fourth line should be added, move the third down and put this line above in its place Per tha “sage advice” of a Colorado lawmaker, add a tick-box and the word “PEE”