From My Cold, Dead Hands T-Shirts / Cold Dead Hands Hoodies / Cold Dead Hands Tank Tops
"I'll give you my gun when you pry (or take) it from my cold, dead hands" is a slogan popularized by the National Rifle Association (NRA) on a series of bumper stickers.
The original version did not originate with the NRA, but with another gun rights group, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, based in Bellevue, Washington. It, along with "If guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns", is a slogan that is often used by gun owners and their supporters in discussions of gun control in the United States.
*Our shirts are made from the highest quality cloth on the market, are 100% Cotton and are digitally printed to assure longevity and superior look. No crappy iron ons or transfers.
Custom printed shirts. Printed on front or back. Or both.
Made in the USA. Our Port and Company brand shirt is Made in the USA.
Men's and Women's shirts, tank tops, tanks, babydolls, hoodies, and long sleeves.
Screen printed or digitally printed. No crappy iron ons or heat transfers.
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If you don't like your product or need to exchange it. No worries. Done! Just email or call to arrange to a return or an exchange.
Life is full of troubles but our clothes shouldn't be one of them. If for any reason you aren't happy with your purchase we are happy to take it back for exchange or refund less shipping fees within 30 days of you receiving your item.
Sons of Liberty Tees Info
Owners names are Neal and Will. The buck stops with us.
To us, the Original Sons of Liberty represents the struggle for liberty and classical liberal freedom. They supported, advocated, rebelled and fought for their liberty. The Sons of Liberty were American patriots who fought against the oppression of the British crown. They successfully made the Stamp Act unenforceable, all but eliminated the effectiveness of the Townshend Act, and famously dumped tons of tea into Boston Harbor as a result of the Tea Act, in what became known as the Boston Tea Party. We believe in these same principles of liberty and the principles of The Constitution. We realized "The Sons" would be a perfect way to brand our "American Revolution Clothing" ideas, so we went with the name. We think it's fitting - Don’t Tread on Me!