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FREEBIRD On July 4, 1776, the historic day of signing the Declaration of Independence took place in Philadelphia, Pen...
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On July 4, 1776, the historic day of signing the Declaration of Independence took place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, during the American Revolutionary War. Delegates from the thirteen American colonies, representing a united front against British rule, gathered at the Continental Congress to finalize the document. The declaration, primarily authored by Thomas Jefferson, boldly proclaimed the colonies' independence from British tyranny and asserted their inherent rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Amidst a charged atmosphere and the backdrop of uncertainty and tension, the delegates, including John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Hancock, solemnly signed the parchment. This act symbolized their commitment to the revolutionary cause, knowing it could lead to war with the British Empire. The signing ceremony marked the culmination of months of intense debates and deliberations, where the delegates faced immense pressure to forge a unified front.

This month’s design features the bald eagle, a symbol of the freedom those who signed the declaration were seeking. It’s paired with a golden patriot logo, a nod to the shade of parchment the document itself is written on.

We hope it will serve as a reminder of the importance of presenting a unified front.

About our Apparel

We have a reputation for producing the highest quality apparel.

  • High-Quality Fabric and Print. A blend of 60% ringspun cotton and 40% polyester provides the perfect compromise of comfort and durability. Ringspun cotton is noticeably finer, softer, and more durable than standard cotton.
  • Preshrunk True to Size Fit. Nobody likes shrinkage, so don’t worry. Even after many cycles through the washer/dryer, it will fit (and look) just as it did the day you bought it.

State mag laws

Fourteen states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws that generally ban the sale, manufacture, and other commerce or conduct with large capacity ammunition magazines. Those states are: California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Washington.

If you subscribe to the mag club, and ship to one of these states, you will receive a 10 round mag.