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    The sign arrived today....



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    OMG... That is awesome...

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    ...is that real?

    If so, I'm halfway between and :shock: and .

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    That'll cause a slowdown on I-5 from the rubberneckers! Awesome signage!!

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    Its a real sign. No Photoshop.

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    Say, M1..

    I haven't forgotten about making that mount we were talking about. Could you get me the dimensions of the vertical tube again (inner and outer)? I may have to modify our original idea, but it'll be an improvement, methinks.

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    :shock: Thats the greatest thing I have ever seen. I bet it does slow down traffic. Better than a speed bump.

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    Phssthpok wrote:
    Say, M1..

    I haven't forgotten about making that mount we were talking about. Could you get me the dimensions of the vertical tube again (inner and outer)? I may have to modify our original idea, but it'll be an improvement, methinks.
    Will do, However I made a trade the other day for a mig welder so I may attempt to do this project myself.

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    I... I... I...... :shock:

    Dear God, that's awesome.

    I wonder if we can be held liable for people getting into accidents from that sign? Yano, anti's on their cellphones with their dog in their lap that wet their panties and then blame the litter crew. :P
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    I am SO tempted to strap my CETME across my back when/if I ever get the chance to litter-pick with you guys...:P

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    Thats the coolest thing I've seen in a long time.

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    Wow...

    That really made my day. hahaha.

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    I'd like to think it would REALLY slow down the litterers



    Triple Tap wrote:
    :shock: Thats the greatest thing I have ever seen. I bet it does slow down traffic. Better than a speed bump.

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    Nice sign! :shock:

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    Cool sign, however I don't think they will allow that sign. I sure a generic worded sign has to be used. I'm all for the sign but sceptical on using it.

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    That is absolutely fabulous! I had been thinking about sponsoring a section of the roadways here in lane county and doing just that. J

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    phone guy wrote:
    Cool sign, however I don't think they will allow that sign. I sure a generic worded sign has to be used. I'm all for the sign but sceptical on using it.
    Maybe without the gun on the bottom...

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    Well I'm not going to ask permission......

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    The sign alone should cut down on the amount of litter. A-holes that throw their old McDonalds or Burger King bags out the window might think twice if there is an "Armed Crew" ahead:celebrate:celebrate
    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

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    lol good call on that one! :celebrate

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    phone guy wrote:
    Cool sign, however I don't think they will allow that sign. I sure a generic worded sign has to be used. I'm all for the sign but sceptical on using it.
    Ever heard of the 1st amendment? It comes before the 2nd. I don't see why they would have any problems with it? We are picking up trash for free!!

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    Meh...


    Someone will think it's for a work release program or some #%(&...
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    Picking up litter? Handgun?

    I think mounted bayonets would work better.

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    Neat sign! I suppose I could use the bayonet on my Mosin Nagant 91/30 to pick up litter...

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    Neat sign! I suppose I could use the bayonet on my Mosin Nagant 91/30 to pick up litter...
    With that thing you could pick up the litter on the OTHER side of the highway!

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