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  • Materials: Casing, Projectile
  • Made to order

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These display/art pieces are meant for the hunters out there who want a unique, 100% handmade keepsake. Perhaps it's for their first game animal or maybe even their son or daughter's first deer. Options are endless. 

The piece is 4 1/2" x 4 3/4" x 3/4" and weighs about 8oz (not including the casing/projectile).

***For this, all I need is the casing (or the same kind/caliber as the original if you don't have the original one) and the captured projectile from the hunt***

Pictured is a Hornady 6.5 Creedmoor American Whitetail casing and projectile from a daughter's first game animal.

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Since all my work is custom and made to order, once an order is placed, I cannot allow cancellations or returns. Please be sure about your order before you place it. 

If your item is lost during shipping, and tracking info has been uploaded that shows I have shipped your item, you WILL NOT receive a refund due to losses beyond my control. In this case, it would be your responsibility to file a claim with the carrier. 

If there is damage to the piece(s) I ship to you that are not caused by USPS, I will send you a new piece(s) to replace the damaged or broken one(s) or allow for store credit of equal value if I no longer have the materials to make the piece(s) you ordered. In this case, I ask that you please send me pictures of how the package arrived and the condition of the contents. 

Fortunately for everyone, resin is a very tough material and this should never be an issue.



The Accidental Birth of a Store & A One Of A Kind Business Idea.

In early 2015, I began experimenting with something that was at the time, completely foreign to me - resins. It wasn't long before I was comfortable with my ability to make virtually anything with both epoxy and polyester resin, so I decided to try something out. 

All my life, I have had a fascination with guns, ammo, etc. Nowadays, I may be looked at by some in a negative manner, simply because of this interest. However, I am not a hunter and to this day, I have never taken a single shot at another living creature - aside from a bird with a BB gun as a kid - and I felt absolutely horrible about it. I knew then, that I simply enjoyed shooting and the challenges it presented. If I could roll back the hands of time, I probably would have tried doing some competitive shooting. 

Back to early 2015 and with the abundance of ammo I had from my own target/range shooting and reloading, I had an idea that started it all. Why not take my favorite rounds or bullets and encase them in whatever shaped mold I desired? That is quite literally how Ballistic Impressions was born. My first piece was a .50BMG desktop paperweight and after a few short weeks, I had a decent amount of pieces made. This was great and all, but what was I going to do with them? It started as a hobby, but soon some friends and family saw what I was making and told me I was crazy to not sell them.

This is when I came across online marketplaces and as they, the rest is history! Now, I am creating a much broader variety of products, all based on what my customers have asked for or what I envision. 

On top of this, I made a conscious decision to donate a portion of each sale to a few different 501(c)(3) military organizations. Part of me feels guilty for not serving my country. When the terrible events of 9/11 happened, I was prime military material. I was a 21 year old college athlete and in the best shape of my life. Had my parents not been so adamant about me not joining, I would probably be getting out of service right about now. 

Regardless, I try to donate as much as I can and by selling these pieces, I am able to do so. It's not a Trump fortune, but it's the best I can do at the moment and at least I'm making an effort to help give back to those who gave so much of their lives. 

Well, that's my story! :)