By Lars Dalseide | July 2 2012 11:51

USA Made NRA Gadsden Flag Here we are a mere two days away from the always welcome sights, tastes and sounds of July Fourth. America's Birthday. Celebration. Patriotism. Freedom. Now what would be the fitting Membership Monday offering for such a day? An NRA Gadsden flag of course.

The Gadsden flag was first seen in 1775. Carried by a company of Marines as they embarked upon their mission to protect the colonies from invading British ships, the "Don't Tread on Me" slogan and rattlesnake image soon became a rallying symbol for American forces. But enough with the Reader's Digest version of history ... on to the NRA stamped flag.

As they like to say over at the NRA Store™, it's bigger, it's better and it's made in the U S of A. Created completely out of Solarmax™ nylon, the flag is especially study and resistant to the fading effects of the sun's UV rays.

For a price of $29.95 (not including tax and shipping), this big yellow beauty can be yours. The slogan, the rattlesnake, the NRA logo on the bottom ... everything. Now there's a summer starter.

Get all the details here at NRAStore.com.

And if seeing this flag puts you on a Gadsden kick, check out more Gadsden items from NRAStore.com:

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