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    Good bushing engraving ideas.

    Ill start.Click image for larger version. 

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    Yes I know that's not a bushing, but you get the drift.
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    "As you will see, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, the defendant obviously intended to shoot anybody, given the slightest provocation. This engraving on the end of his [evilllll] pistol is just one of the many proofs the persecution prosecution will introduce documenting that fact beyond the shadow of a doubt."

    That's why I don't put any cute bumper stickers/decals on my vehicle or my doors.

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    No tresspassers will be shot signs either.

    Doing my best to stay alive............and out of jail.
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    Old and treacherous will beat young and skilled every time. Yata hey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidmark View Post
    That's why I don't put any cute bumper stickers/decals on my vehicle or my doors.

    stay safe.
    THIS IS TRUTH! it used to be called OPSEC. Maintain a low profile.
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    While true (about the malignant prosecutor and keeping a low profile) you are basically conceding your First Amendment rights in doing so. Couple that in with a number of people won't modify their gun in any way because the persecutor will attempt to paint it in a premeditive negative light.

    It almost directly parallels being cowed into only CCing when OC is also legal, because you can avoid the hassle/court time that a malignant cop might direct your way.

    While I don't festoon my stuff with such, I have a few snarky shirts (one of which got such attention from said malignant cop), I am prepared to defend my choices with logic and the knowledge of my rights. Of course the problem comes the deliberate entropy of the legal system, they intend to break you financially and many lawyers won't fully push and pull all buttons/levers in making the case becuase of the time and expense of doing so.

    In the end, justice and our rights suffer for it by not standing up for ourselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxxon View Post
    While true (about the malignant prosecutor and keeping a low profile) you are basically conceding your First Amendment rights in doing so. Couple that in with a number of people won't modify their gun in any way because the persecutor will attempt to paint it in a premeditive negative light.

    It almost directly parallels being cowed into only CCing when OC is also legal, because you can avoid the hassle/court time that a malignant cop might direct your way.

    While I don't festoon my stuff with such, I have a few snarky shirts (one of which got such attention from said malignant cop), I am prepared to defend my choices with logic and the knowledge of my rights. Of course the problem comes the deliberate entropy of the legal system, they intend to break you financially and many lawyers won't fully push and pull all buttons/levers in making the case becuase of the time and expense of doing so.

    In the end, justice and our rights suffer for it by not standing up for ourselves.
    I let my OCd 1911 speak for me - either inoffensively quite (in the holster) or loudly as required - the choice will not be mine.

    If I were to wear a T-shirt it would likely say: Yes it is real. No, I don't want to use it, but I will if I must.
    You will not rise to the occasion; you will fall back on your level of training. Archilochus, 650 BC

    Old and treacherous will beat young and skilled every time. Yata hey.

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    I know that I am tempting fate.

    I travel regularly into Maryland to visit family and to teach NRA and MD HQL classes. My SUV has Virginia plates, as well as the large orange VCDL "Guns Save Lives" magnet, the NRA Life Member decal and the VCDL member sticker on my back hatch. When I am using the car to travel to teach, I have my company NoVA-MD Self Defense magnets on both sides of the car.

    I have yet to be stopped.

    Still, I make absolutely certain that when I am traveling to teach -- which involves having multiple firearms in the car -- that all of the firearms are being transported in accordance with Maryland firearms law.

    Some might agree that I am tempting fate. I would rather suggest that I am expressing my 1st Amendment Right in support of my 2nd Amendment Right.

    Time will tell.
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