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Daniel Smart 2nd Amendment Defender Guardian Bell

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This guardian bell is adorned with a "2nd Amendment Defender" design. This guardian bell is made of durable pewter and comes with a key ring, a black velvet pouch, and a unique legend card. Legend has it that evil road spirits will latch on to your motorcycle and can cause bad luck and accidents. This motorcycle accessory is a great gift for your loved ones who ride the motorcycle.
  • Made in the USA: Phoenix, AZ
  • Made of durable pewter
  • Comes with a key ring, a black velvet pouch, and a unique legend card
  • Great gift idea
  • Small "good luck" bell to ward off evil spirits
  • Dimensions: 1.5" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.093 lbs

Note: For international shipping or outside USA, order must be a minimum of $150 to avail the free shipping.

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DC
05/17/2020
Douglas C.
United States United States

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Great ,but ordering sucks. I was to get a discount but it didn't give it to me

MP
03/07/2020
Melvin P.
United States United States

Guardian bell

Love the 2nd amendment and this bell.

RB
03/05/2020
Ronald B.
United States United States

Guardian Bell

The workmanship on the bell is excellent. I have placed it on my Roadking with my other two bell I currently have. Hopefully all the evil spirits will go crazy and stay away.

EC
03/02/2020
Elmer C.
United States United States

2A guardian bell

Excellent product

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