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50 Cal Mezuzah by Jews Can Shoot
Shmira. In Hebrew it means, "Watch Over." G-d watching over us. And our responsibility to watch over ourselves and each other. This Mezuzah represents both.
This one of a kind Mezuzah is extraordinarily unique. Each Mezuzah case is individually engineered and hand-crafted to order.
Genuine once-fired 50 Cal BMG brass casings are first tumbled to clean and polish them to an attractive luster. The window opening and bullet retaining screw slot are then individually CNC milled into each casing and the mounting hole is drilled and tapped into the base of each. The bullet is likewise drilled and tapped for the retaining screw.
The Hebrew blessing is then laser marked on the casing וכתבתם על מזוזות ביתך ובשעריך meaning "And you shall write them on the doorposts of your houses and your gates".
The acrylic window is cut, shaped, and bonded to the inside of the casing. The Mezuzah is then ready for careful assembly which includes a Kosher Mezuzah written in Israel which has been checked by an expert sofer and deemed fully kosher and ready to use.
Care is taken to assure the Hebrew letter shin is visible through the window. Once fully assembled it is weather treated with a spray lacquer specifically formulated for brass and copper.
This Mezuzah case is designed to enable checking the mezuzah scroll two times in seven years.
Beautifully packaged. For your home. For a very special gift.
In these times, this Mezuzah with Kosher Scroll belongs in every Jewish home and every synagogue.
The Hebrew blessing is etched on the casing וכתבתם על מזוזות ביתך ובשעריך meaning
"And you shall write them on the doorposts of your houses and your gates".
This Mezuzah case was designed by Doris Wise, founder of Jews Can Shoot.
Size: 5.50" high
Made in Prescott, Arizona, USA.
Instructions for affixing to your doorpost and checking Mezuzah are included.
The mounting kit includes a customized "L" bracket, an 8-3 x 3/8" machine screw to attach the Mezuzah, and 2 sizes of mounting screws to mount the bracket (see photo).
You can read about the meaning of the Mezuzah written by Daniel Greenfield for Jews Can Shoot here.
Special limited introductory price of $295.00.
(Each Mezuzah is individually handcrafted. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping.)