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Jesse James Reveals New Bikes and New Guns at Sturgis

An accomplished custom bike builder with his West Coast Choppers, Jesse James has been making inroads in metalworks territory with his Jesse James Firearms Unlimited (JJFU) custom gun shop. If you want to see how art is combined with guns, his place on 1601 Lazelle Street is the place to go to.
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Now, the discussion about firearms is a sensitive one, with strong points on both sides. Still, the purpose of this piece is not advocating the opinions of either camp, but showing you Jesse James skill in working with the metal.

He will have several bikes on display, as well, but we can assume that he will be eyeing as much exposure for JJFU as possible. Aside the martial aspect of his new business, Jesse James's guns surely look like fine additions to a collector's roster.Expensive custom metal work on guns is also available at JJFU
We took a glance on the JJFU website, and these creations are anything but cheap, so it's rather hard to say that Jesse James is promoting gun ownership in any way comparable to how regular gun shops do.

With pistols starting around $3,800 (equivalent to €3,450), it's rather hard to believe that everyone will flock to get their piece of Jesse James metal.

JJFU is also taking custom orders for people who want their guns to look in a certain way. We saw several interesting customizing options, with the wood grain pattern possibly being one of the most alluring design, especially for those who are not into the classic decoration styles.

Jesse James's place at Sturgis will be open from August 3rd to August 6th, from 2pm, with no closing hour specified at the time of writing. As for bikes, he's been rather secretive, only displaying fractions of a bike on his Facebook page. From what we saw, it comes with a radical-looking tank with a mirror finish that may be highly-polished copper with a clear coating, or rose gold, with matching fenders and accents.

 
 
 
 
 

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