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Discussion in 'The Powder Keg' started by john_r, May 19, 2017.
The rear of the car parked at the LGS said. "Armed citizen."
Like the guy in Omaha with the camouflage Chevy pickup whose license plate says:
I prefer to maintain the image of "the gray man", unthreatening. Nobody knows I might be carrying.
I guess having a sticker that says "Don't Even Think About It" is out too. I am also of the mindset that staying low key is more advantageous.
I put a small but conspicuous window sticker on that say's Combichrist.
those that know leave it alone and those that don't think I'm a religious nut.
either way I win.
There is nothing better than hiding in plain sight.
A little while back: truck with a giant "REDNECK" decal on the tailgate, bright blue truck nuts.
That would be the best church band ever.
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I'd show up a lot more if they were there.
Are these any better?!?
you guys don't want to see the back of my work truck. I don't give a rodent's rectum for what the anti gun sheep think. or the Commie libertards.
Glock sticker on a VW, hahaha...that's hilarious. But, it needs one of these too.
I have a Weatherby decal, "Loud Pipes Save Lives," NRA, and NDBA (North Dakota Bowhunters Association) on my jeep. Four corners is all I need.
I agree, though. I won't apologize for my views, but I'd rather not advertise that I'm carrying.
No stickers on any of my vehicles. Although when I was younger and a bit more of a peckerwood, I had some small stickers made up of a screw. They fit perfectly over the hearts on all of those "I heart my ____" bumper stickers.
Or at least some dancing bears!
My main concern from advertising possession of guns, both on vehicles & home, is vandalism from gun hating liberals or break-ins by slime bags looking for free guns. Seems a person is just asking for either & shouldn't be surprised when it happens.
There's a guy up the street who thought it would be a good idea to laminate a range target and turn it into a warning sign. Read something like- Think hard or something.
He got burgled within a few weeks. The sign is gone as are his guns.
I'd love to make opinions known on my car.
It sits around in places sometimes. And I need a dedicated car gun(s) because getting a CCW out while I'm strapped in (if I decide to shoot vs. drive) would be dang near impossible.
It looks like all the others. For me it's better if folks don't know.
We also have an alarm system at the main place I live. But I don't advertise this either (many folks put up signs to 'deter' thieves but I don't). Too much chance of someone preemptively trying to defeat an alarm system (or has learned in prison how the different systems work and how they can be defeated).