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    I have had friends tell me that they do not put NRA stickers and such on their vehicles because they are afraid of being targeted. Either through car prowl or someone vandalise their rig. I am curious how many of you worry about this. One look at my truck and you know where my intrests lie. Between support the local range, My Sons a Marine, and NRA stickers. I have had no problem. But I do not live in Seattle either.

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    Same logic behind not putting the brand stickers of your expensive radio, or other car alterations on there.

    I drive a POS so doesn't bother me one way or another

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    I just don't do it because of the depreceation of value.
    "A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity."

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    I still have a No on 676 sticker in the back window of my old POS truck.

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    I drive a 20 year old jeep that has a value of $0 on the resale market. However, I don't put any political stickers on it because I am am afraid that some jerk is going to take offense and key the exterior of the car.

    What I would like to do is take one of those "War Is Terrorism" bumper stickers and reverse the words to "Terrorism Is War". From a logical standpoint both statements are equally true. However, some of our leftist beings don't understand this and would not tolerate the "Terrorism Is War" phrase.

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    My big old truck, a 1984 Ford F-250 extended cab super duty has a frickin' gun rack in the back window. often with a gun or two in it. Never had it touched, but then I live in a rural county. I have a 1999 Ford Ranger and it also has a gun rack, left over from when my daughter owned ir and never had an issue there either. I do drive to Olympia the Liberal Capitol of Washington regularly and never had an issue there either.

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    Bear 45/70 wrote:
    I have a 1999 Ford Ranger and it also has a gun rack,
    I have a 99 ranger too, and the back windows and tailgate are covered in stickers. I just dont have any political ones to put in it but I wouldnt hesitate. Most of my stickers are car related (drifting and drag racing). I should get a gun rack too I wouldnt have to take any cases with me when i go shooting.


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    as soon as the guy gets to my order, my side windows will have a large Open Carry ad. 8 inch high .45 Auto, with the Open Carry web site and the words; Open Carry is legal, ask me how. Kind of like the Tshirt I designed.

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    A few years ago in Portland there was a burglar who would follow home cars with an NRA sticker, then return when no one was home.

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    I've always thought a nice big sticker saying, "I and my attorney support the 4th Amendment" would be a conversation starter during a traffic stop.

    Or maybe, "Support Your Local Internal Affairs Investigators."

    Or maybe, "Interlocking Zones of Defense: The 2nd Amendment and the 4th Amendment."

    Heh, heh, heh, "My Dad isa Litigator."

    "Layered Protection: 6th, 5th, 4th, and 2nd Amendments."
    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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    Right on I like that T-Shirt. I have two shirts one that reads the A right Unexercised quote and one that has Wa Constitution , A-1 sec. 24.

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    I don't currently have any on my truck but I did make a sticker for my daughter-in-law while she was visiting a while back, at her request: "Guns cause crime like spoons made Rosie fat". Overused I know, but she had it on the car before she left for home. We get along well and she can out shoot us all.

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    I got a big "Sig Sauer TO HELL AND BACK RELIABILITY" sticker on my truck.
    Never had anyone say anything.



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    Krinkovliu wrote:
    I drive a 20 year old jeep that has a value of $0 on the resale market. However, I don't put any political stickers on it because I am am afraid that some jerk is going to take offense and key the exterior of the car.
    That happened to my truck with a Rossi sticker on it the ONE time I had to park in Fremont. One of the reasons I won't go back to that cesspool.

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    I think a good T-shirtmight say "Public Protection Provided By OpenCarry.Org". That might have a little more public appeal than just telling them it's legal. A statement of purpose like that might help make LEO harassers look bad too.

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    kschmadeka wrote:
    I think a good T-shirtmight say "Public Protection Provided By OpenCarry.Org". That might have a little more public appeal than just telling them it's legal. A statement of purpose like that might help make LEO harassers look bad too.

    Kevin Schmadeka

    Not a bad idea at all.

    I've been toying with an idea for a T-shirt: "Mobile Crime-free Zone"
    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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    Citizen wrote:
    kschmadeka wrote:
    I think a good T-shirtmight say "Public Protection Provided By OpenCarry.Org". That might have a little more public appeal than just telling them it's legal. A statement of purpose like that might help make LEO harassers look bad too.

    Kevin Schmadeka

    Not a bad idea at all.

    I've been toying with an idea for a T-shirt: "Mobile Crime-free Zone"
    I LOVE that logo for a T-shirt!

    Check out this sticker I saw on my way to school one day:


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    I've had my old POS keyed with, "find Jesus","going to hell","Jesus Hater" and several other things that I can't post here. I can only assume it's because of the large Pentagram bumper sticker I had on there at the time. Being a practicing Pagan at the time I get about the same looks then as I do now when people Open Carry.

    Needless to say I bought a smaller sticker for my new car. I'm guessing most people don't notice it.
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    gsx1138 wrote:
    I've had my old POS keyed with, "find Jesus","going to hell","Jesus Hater" and several other things that I can't post here. I can only assume it's because of the large Pentagram bumper sticker I had on there at the time. Being a practicing Pagan at the time I get about the same looks then as I do now when people Open Carry.

    Needless to say I bought a smaller sticker for my new car. I'm guessing most people don't notice it.
    I've lived with a Witch for better than 30 years now. Messing with her is about as dangerous an act that I can think of. Worse than spitting on Superman's cape. Having her for back up makes it easy.

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    I have my NRA sticker on the back window. You don't find those too often oncars that are into the import scene. :celebrateIts hard to see from this picture, but its right next to the rear wiper. I'll take a better pic this weekend.



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    gsx1138 wrote:
    I've had my old POS keyed with, "find Jesus","going to hell","Jesus Hater" and several other things that I can't post here. I can only assume it's because of the large Pentagram bumper sticker I had on there at the time. Being a practicing Pagan at the time I get about the same looks then as I do now when people Open Carry.

    Needless to say I bought a smaller sticker for my new car. I'm guessing most people don't notice it.
    That makes me angry. Just for the record, we aren't all like that. Some of us actually practice what we preach. I guess every barrel is going to have a rotten apple or two.

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    I've got
    "What part of "shall not be infringed" do you not understand?"

    on the back of my rig

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    uncoolperson wrote:
    I've got
    "What part of "shall not be infringed" do you not understand?"

    on the back of my rig
    Well they aren't alone. The Supreme Court of the United States doesn't understand it as they allowed "reasonable restrictions" which pretty much says "shall not be infringed" doesn't mean what it says.

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    krazichinaman wrote:
    I have my NRA sticker on the back window. You don't find those too often oncars that are into the import scene. :celebrateIts hard to see from this picture, but its right next to the rear wiper. I'll take a better pic this weekend.
    Nice "Odyssey" badge. Missing a few doors, ain'tcha?
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    ghosthunter, I had two long paragraphs written and was about to click Post when my Internet Explorer crashed. Must have been some liberal hacking me. So now I start over.....

    You have hit the nail on the head. Frankly, I'm scared to death putting ANY kind ofsticker on my car that has a conservative message. The liberals around here can't win a debate on the issues, so they silence the opposition with tactics like trashing peoples' cars. They are scum. A couple years ago I signed up for the Limbaugh Letter and they sent me a sticker that said "Still voting Democrat? You're stuck on stupid" I gave it a loud guffaw and tossed in in the trash because I didn't want to get my car keyed, or worse. I would have loved to put it on the car, but the libs have effectively silenced me.

    All this has me wondering how this state can be run by people like that and at the same time have the gun laws we have. It's a basic contradiction that has me totally baffled. Anyone have any ideas on this?

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