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    These are some graphics I've put together over the last six months or so just for my own entertainment. Mostly they were inspired by posts on this and other boards. They aren't OC-specific, but I'm already warming up for that topic.

    1 never forget who's doing what when it comes to your rights
    2 for all the die-hard 9mm fans
    3, 4, 5, 10, 12 and 13 come from the lunacy of so-called "gun free zones"
    6 every 9v45 battle ends with cries of "shot placement!"
    7 the sheepdog, emblem of those who take personal responsibility for the safety of others
    8 for anyone who's gotten a hot brass surprise
    9 have to thank Mika whats-her-face for that one
    11 a graphic requested by a fellow GT member
    14 if I ever run a range, this will be posted (along with #6)
    15 was inspired by the left's never-ending quest for the "perfect safety feature"

    ETA: After updating the comp image I realized that I had to go back and make changes to the above list. Unfortunately, all the responses in this thread are now going to be referencing unintended images. Sorry bout that.





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    You need some cleavage on #10.

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    #2 is just funny... that expression is awesome

    i want #4 on a shirt


    haven't i seen #11 somewhere...

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    #11 is probably the oldest one of the bunch. I did that back in March (?) of this year and have since posted it in a couple of places. I've also seen it pop up in a couple places where I didn't post it (but that's a good thing).

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    I love #5, especially using cho's picture. The no symbol around him looks a little odd. Can you repost that picture without it. I bet it would look even more awesome.

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    Inspired to draw something quick. Anyone remember Sam Sheepdog?



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    Right On!

    I used that cartoon to explain to my kids that there are three kinds of people when it comes to crime.

    1. Sheep: good, productiveand trusting people

    2. Sheepdogs: Good, productiveand trusting people who carry (civilian and Police)

    3. Wolves



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    That it some great work 3/325! I took a trip to your website and saw some of your services. Is it possible to get #4 (Thank you for smoking) printed on a black T-shirt? If so, sign me up for two of them!
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    nofoa: I LOVE Sam the sheepdog. One of my favorites has him and Ralph the wolf (who bears a striking resemblance to Wile E. Coyote) clocking in. "Mornin' Sam." "Mornin' Ralph."

    I wanted to put a grayed out circle/slash on the Cho poster to suggest that there was a law forbidding something and, by golly, it somehow failed to keep the bad guy away. I don't like the idea of "immortalizing" mass murderers, but the only reason that twisted dirtbag was able to get such a high body count was through the ignorance of VT policy makers.

    SGT Jensen: Actually I had posted my little collection on another board and someone made a similar suggestion. I just spent the last three days trying to put together an online store for hats, shirts, posters, mugs...all the usual stuff.

    I came up with the name "RKBA Gear". It sounds a little hokey but I had to come up with something and all my other ideas were worse. Anyway, you can see it by clicking here:


    It's too late to order anything for Christmas (wish I'd thought of doing this a month ago! ) unless you pay the outrageously high "express" shipping. However, everybody's got a birthday, right?
    :celebrate

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    John Hardin wrote:
    You need some cleavage on #10.
    As much as I agree that there is never enough cleavage... it doesn't just happen in that instance.

    I've had a spend Wolf .308Win shell come out of my CETME bounce off the stall wall, hit the ceiling and land right on my TShirt-wearing, exposed forearm... and stayed there. Needless to say, it got my attention real-quick and I tipped my arm to get it off, but not before it caused a burn that now looks like a very light freckle.

    I've also had a guy's spent 9mm shellcome over the stall wall and land right in the web of my hand between my hand and the rifle. I pulled my hand away from the rifle to let it drop and the shell was just hot enough to hurt, but cool enough not to burn or leave a mark.
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    Can I repost #11 somewhere else? Great work on it all! Liked the "thank you for smoking"

    Steve

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    Those are great!!
    I'll make you an offer: I will argue and fight for all of your rights, if you will do the same for me. That is the only way freedom can work. We have to respect all rights, all the time--and strive to win the rights of the other guy as much as for ourselves.

    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

    There is no human being on earth I hate so much I would actually vote to inflict government upon him.

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    I've also had a guy's spent 9mm shellcome over the stall wall and land right in the web of my hand between my hand and the rifle. I pulled my hand away from the rifle to let it drop and the shell was just hot enough to hurt, but cool enough not to burn or leave a mark.


    This is why we revolver shooters sometimes snicker when your gun jams. We call it "brass rain".

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Can I repost #11 somewhere else? Great work on it all! Liked the "thank you for smoking"

    Steve
    By all means, share the love.

    If you have time, send me a link to wherever you've reposted it.

    Here's the image

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    just_a_car wrote:
    John Hardin wrote:
    You need some cleavage on #10.
    As much as I agree that there is never enough cleavage... it doesn't just happen in that instance.
    True. It does seem to be a rite of passage for female shooters, though.

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    I already have it covered. Sort of.

    https://www.cafepress.com/bgstudios.201652244

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    3/325 wrote:
    I already have it covered. Sort of.

    https://www.cafepress.com/bgstudios.201652244
    But, shouldn't that be a bra?... :P
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    would love to get #10 on the back of a shirt and #8 on the front.

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    No. 6 With the caption, "Don't bring shears to a gun fight".



    I put bacon grease inmy hollowpoints

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    just_a_car wrote:
    3/325 wrote:
    I already have it covered. Sort of.

    https://www.cafepress.com/bgstudios.201652244
    But, shouldn't that be a bra?... :P
    Nah. Cleavage doesn't eject anything. Instead, it draws you in....

    Murphyslaw: I could do that, but it would have to be on a white shirt. For some reason CafePress doesn't offer back printing on any of their dark shirts. I don't know why (seems kinda stupid to me).

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    3/325 wrote:
    Murphyslaw: I could do that, but it would have to be on a white shirt. For some reason CafePress doesn't offer back printing on any of their dark shirts. I don't know why (seems kinda stupid to me).
    OT but try http://www.spiritshop.com. The quality is a lot better, and you can upload artwork and let your customers pick and chose what artwork to use and where to put it.

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    Thanks, I'll check them out!

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    nofoa wrote:
    Inspired to draw something quick. Anyone remember Sam Sheepdog?
    That needs to be made into an embroidered patch and sent to Jeanne Assam.

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    I opened up a cafepress store, unfortunately they don't have patches available. But they do have stickers.

    http://www.cafepress.com/freedomgeek

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    here are a couple of personal favorites of mine. the second isnt really pro gun but it's amusing any way you look at it.





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