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  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Copper
  • Secondary color: Black
  • Holiday: Veterans' Day
  • Occasion: Bachelorette party
  • Material: Copper
  • Made to order

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1 Oz copper second amendment keychain. Show your support of the second amendment in style with this beautiful copper keychain. Great groomsmen gifts, father of the bride gift, or for any supporter of one of our most fundamental rights.

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My Story.

My name is Adam Reuter, I am a 34 year old husband (of 14 years), father of 5 (4 boys, 1 girl), combat disabled vet (Iraq), and current corrections officer. I was born and raised in Iowa but moved to Georgia just as I was finishing High School. After graduating I worked odd jobs in the restaurant industry and some construction work. A few weeks following 911 I enlisted in the United States Army. I knew our Nation was going to war, and as a young, physically fit man I wasn't comfortable with others sacrificing while i reaped the benefits. Shortly following basic training and AIT, I met the love of my life. Not to get too sappy here, but the very first words i ever spoke to my wife were "yes, I will marry you". We married 4 months after we met. We moved to Colorado Springs while i was stationed at Fort Carson in April of 2003. In May my son was born. 3 Days later I left for Iraq. Despite the challenges I faced during my deployment, to include my injury, I feel they were nothing compared to those of my wife who was in an unfamiliar state, halfway around the world from her family (Half British, Half Thai), with a baby by herself, at such a young age (18). I came home from Iraq in Feb 04 and worked through physical therapy for over a year before the Army decided on a medical separation. Over the next several years our marriage had its ups and downs, I worked in several different fields. We continued to expand our family and both went to school. While difficult, we both prevailed. Her with a bachelors in Ministry and me with a bachelors in political science. Along the way I somewhat fell into working as a corrections officer, which I have done for nearly 8 years now. It was through a counseling season with the VA that I was told I needed a hobby as an outlet for my struggles with anxiety and PTSD. From there, Southern Coinworks was born, where I have been using pressure, stress, and fire to complete unique pieces of jewelry.