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MAGA - Make Americans Gunsmiths Again Hoodie (gray/white)

$40.00 - $44.99
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Your arsenal was built, not bought. Now you can show off your 80 percenter skills and enjoy those outdoor range days (or more shop time with the drill press) a bit more comfortably this fall with the Make Americans Gunsmiths Again hoodie. It's crafted from soft, fitted cotton and polyester and comes with our Screamin' Eagle proudly flying on your shoulder. 

  • Soft cotton face
  • Three-panel hood
  • Front pouch pocket
  • Matching hoodie drawstrings
  • Made from 65% cotton, 35% polyester
  • Perfect for cold range days and gun rallies
Size guide  S  M  L  XL  2XL
Chest width (inches)  20"   21"   23"  25"  26 ½"
Length (inches)  26"   27"   28"   29"  30"

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