Arms Change Rights Don't Tin Sign

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When the Founding Fathers wrote the Second Amendment, they made it very clear that the right to bear arms included arms meant for military use. In fact, that was the primary focus and reason for the Second Amendment.

Now liberals will try to argue that the technological advancement of arms somehow changes the meaning of the Second Amendment. But we don't agree. The rights and principles protected by the Second Amendment are still just as valid today as they were two centuries ago.

  • Sign measures 12" x 17"
  • Made of tin-plated steel
  • Rolled edges
  • Embossed features
  • Durable weatherproof finish
  • Includes pre-punched corner holes for mounting