.45 Caliber Bullet Bracelet

Range Master

$ 29.99 
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Handmade paracord-wrapped bullet bracelet
  • Paired with actual spent, recycled, cleaned & tumbled shell casings, in your choice of nickel plated or brass
  • Cuff bracelet easy to put on and take off
  • Forms to your wrist so you can get the perfect fit
  • Available in a single or dual color, custom made from more than 40 paracord color options
  • Perfect for anyone who loves America, weaponry and the shooting sports
  • Great for both men and women who love bullet style jewelry
  • This original bullet bracelet is tough, unique & just plain bad ass!


These are custom made-to-order products. Orders with priority and overnight shipping are produced first and typically ship within 24 hours, unless we are experiencing high order volume. Orders with standard shipping typically ship within 3 to 4 business days. With standard shipping, you can expect to receive your order within 7-10 business days after you place your order.


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