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The Right To Bear Arms Galaxy S4 Case

by Daniel Hagerman

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The Right To Bear Arms Galaxy S4 Case

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$34.00

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About Galaxy S4 Cases

Protect your Galaxy S4 with an impact-resistant, slim-profile, hard-shell case.   The image is printed directly onto the case and wrapped around the edges for a beautiful presentation.   Simply snap the case onto your Galaxy S4 for instant protection and direct access to all of the phone's features!

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About the Artist

Daniel Hagerman

As a youth, I was constantly drawing, painting, and experimenting in fine arts. Also, I had a strong interest in architecture. Today, I enjoy photography and history, and dabble in drawing and painting. I labored over 25 years in a pre-World War II aluminum mill, some of the time on catwalks above two-thousand degree, electrically charged molten metal. At the height of my career the plug was pulled when various globalist financiers ravaged the company. In my mid-40s, I returned to college and re-educated as a computer network engineer. I currently work for local government. My wife is a Kyoto, Japan native, so I have photographed that area extensively and some of that will probably show up in my work here. Thank you for stopping...