America, U.S.A, land of the free, the states, the land of opportunity, ‘Merica. Whatever you call this beautiful country, it is that time of the year to celebrate the hell out of the country and our independence from Great Britain in 1776. July 4th, our Independence Day. Some 246 years ago Thomas Jefferson, along with fellow committee members John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman, and William Livingston, signed the Declaration of Independence.
It is a little-known fact that hidden deep within that document, those men left specific instructions on how to celebrate our independence. Incredibly, even back then, they knew how to party the American way. Those instructions read specifically to blow stuff up, shoot guns, eat some bacon, wave your American flags, and burn some meat on the grill. Well, maybe it doesn’t say that specifically, but that is how I interpret it every year.
Ballistic Celebrates July 4th, Independence Day
Each year I go all out to celebrate the 4th of July. But this year I decided to step up my game a little bit. I picked myself up a Browning Buck Mark Vision American pistol. The Vision Americana seemed like the perfect little plinker to celebrate with. It features extremely unique barrel cutouts and the super patriotic paint job. I also needed something to scare the non-patriots. So I got one of those scary AR-15’s. But this one wasn’t a black rifle so it couldn’t assault anyone. This one was different, with an incredible American flag-themed Cerakote paint job that honored the charity Folds of Honor.
The Rise Armament Legacy Rifle Just screams America with every squeeze of the trigger and every freedom seed sent down range. A 4th of July celebration wouldn’t be complete without a good old American campfire. To light that fire this year I put the fuel prices aside and grabbed my Exothermic Technologies Pulsefire. Nothing on this planet screams “Merica” quite like a flame thrower.
Unfortunately, our country is not in the best shape right now. Our political parties are segregated more than ever. Inflation is at an all time high. Gas prices are out of control. And every social group is fighting with each other over really nothing. So why don’t we attempt to change all that this 4th of July by all remembering that we have one thing in common, we are all red-blooded Americans, and we are all in this together. Why don’t we try something different this year? Throw those masks away, get out of your house, put down those phones, and go show the country what America is all about. The land of the free and home of the brave.
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