Jesse James and NRA Partner for NRA Originals Clothing Line

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posted on August 12, 2016
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Many folks know Jesse James as the over-the-top custom motorcycle builder responsible for wild celebrity rides like Shaquille O'Neal's oversize motorcycle and custom bikes for Kid Rock, Keanu Reeves and others. Others might know him from the Discovery Channel show Monster Garage, which saw James' fabrication talents used for such odd tasks as turning a school bus into a pontoon boat or an SUV into a garbage truck.

It was only a few years ago that the master fabricator turned his talents into the firearm industry, starting Jesse James Firearms Unlimited. Custom 1911s, AR-15-style rifles and suppressors all received the Jesse James treatment, with wild form and exotic materials. James' unique sense of style and flair, brought to the firearm world, makes his partnership for the NRA Originals clothing line a natural.

His signature styling, paired with legendary NRA emblems, will result in a clothing line scheduled to be released later this summer. Hats and shirts featuring NRA emblems, inspired by James’ unique vision will be offered. Once live, all items will be available at NRA Originals.

This is hardly his first effort with the NRA. James is an NRA Life Member, and a strong supporter of the right to keep and bear arms. He previously designed a customized Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and two Nomad-series rifles for the annual NRA Truck Raffle Sweepstakes.

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