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Thread: UNICORN SPOTTING (SORT OF) SAW A VCDL STICKER ON A FORD RANGER

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    I'm kind of excited,I saw the VCDL "guns save lives" sticker on a ford ranger today, it was at about 7:38pm, the truck went through the drivethrough part of the suntrust bank right next to walmart. I parked at suntrust, got out,and put the overnight deposit in the thing for work like I do almost every night,then when I was leaving I saw the same truck was behind me. Turned right on rt. 10 (going towards chester) and then turned right (behind me) on branders bridge....

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    That's interesting. TodayIsaw a VCDL sticker in the back window of what I think was a Rodeo that wasin line at the Wendy's drive-through in Burke. It's not the first time I've seena VCDL stickeron a carsomewhere other than a gun show or the range, but it still isn't something I see every day.

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    It seems fairly common in my part of Richmond, I have two nearby neighbors in my apartment complex whose cars are thus adorned. Though this is only a mile from the Baskin Robbins listed in the recent thread.

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    First time I ever seen a sticker ilke that,I was kind of excited when I saw it:shock:

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    The only sticker i've seen was on a vehicle atGateway Christian schoolwhere my daughter & songo to school in Va Beach. I think it was a white F-150 w/ a camper shell. (my memory is awful) I may have also left him a note.(again the memory isn't working to well)............................................. ..............................DF1

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    It's much more common than a unicorn. More like spotting a deer.

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    Tomahawk wrote:
    It's much more common than a unicorn. More like spotting a deer.
    Speaking of which....I saw about 7 of 'em tonight! I've got the fever bad! I cannot wait until the season opens. Been doing a lot of preparation on the farm this year in order to prepare for the season.

    On the topic of the thread...there is someone around where I live in a maroon/red colored car of sorts who has a "guns saves lives" bumper sticker. It's not someone I am familiar with, never have been to engage this person in conversation as everytime I have seen him, we're on the road.

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    I think I saw a unicorn today. Guy in the bank with a shirt/tie and a HONKING auto....looked like a 1911 but I didnt want to stare, I didnt see any badge

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    If the Ranger also has a Kerry and a 1/20/09 sticker on it, that's an Italian named Guido.

    He shows up at the Hite Hollow range a lot. We argue politics a lot, but agree on RKBA.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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