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    The preview below, and the download links may load very slow. I am hosting them off of my own web server, and I normally have uploads/downloads running which slow my internet speed by quite a bit.

    Business card download links...
    Front:http://logansweb.no-ip.org/opencarry...o_bc_front.bmp
    Back:http://logansweb.no-ip.org/opencarry...do_bc_back.bmp

    Business card preview:


    If anybody has ideas for new business cards, let me know and I might make something.

    Also, attached is Wisconsin Open Carry pamphlet.
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    If somebody could...please confirm that the links work and you can actually see the business card. I just set up a web server from home and since I'm on the same network, of course I can see it. Gotta make sure everyone else can!
    Logan - Laugh lots, Love Often, and Defend the Irreplaceable
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    Like it alot Links seem to work for me


    Except this one
    http://68.117.88.87:21337/OpenCarry/...ss%20Card.docx

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    Woodchuck wrote:
    Like it alot Links seem to work for me


    Except this one
    http://68.117.88.87:21337/OpenCarry/...ss%20Card.docx
    Hmm...that works for me, and it's in the same place as the PDF version, so not sure why it wouldn't. Unless my internet was lagging when you tried lol.
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    I'd like to make a business card that we can give to business owners, store managers, and such when either they tell us to leave, or they have a 'no gun' sign outside.

    "You lost a customer today because of your 'no gun' policy."

    Or something like that, I'm bad at coming up with sayings or writing anything. So maybe somebody can help me by telling me EXACTLY what I should put on a card, front and back, and then I'll throw it together in Photoshop and see what how it looks.

    This could include, but not limited to:
    -a saying like the one above about losing a customer
    -laws
    -talk about why we would want to carry
    -and maybe saying how "Gun free zones, aren't"

    Any and all input welcome
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    Instead of focusing on the business ownernot allowing law abiding to legally possess firearms in their business. maybe it would be received better if it wasmentioned thatI/We/you areboycotting thembecause they are restricting a citizens from exercising theirrights, with firearms being mentioned after.? ? ?

    IMO this is about our rights, not just firearms. Our right to have the legal ability to defend ourselves and not just about guns.

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    Nutczak wrote:
    Instead of focusing on the business ownernot allowing law abiding to legally possess firearms in their business. maybe it would be received better if it wasmentioned thatI/We/you areboycotting thembecause they are restricting a citizens from exercising theirrights, with firearms being mentioned after.? ? ?

    IMO this is about our rights, not just firearms. Our right to have the legal ability to defend ourselves and not just about guns.
    That's why I'm asking for help making one Somebody PMed me about making one, so going to try to do it once I get the right words to put on it.
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    Bump.

    Still looking for some suggestions for a couple cards...

    One to give to businesses who don't allow guns or just ask you to leave.

    Maybe another with some quick laws to give to managers or whoever prove that we can open carry.
    Logan - Laugh lots, Love Often, and Defend the Irreplaceable
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    logan wrote:
    Bump.

    Still looking for some suggestions for a couple cards...

    One to give to businesses who don't allow guns or just ask you to leave.

    Maybe another with some quick laws to give to managers or whoever prove that we can open carry.
    I'll take both.
    No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. Thomas Jefferson (1776)

    If you go into a store, with a gun, and rob it, you have forfeited your right to not get shot - Joe Deters, Hamilton County (Cincinnati) Prosecutor

    I ask sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people except for a few politicians. - George Mason (father of the Bill of Rights and The Virginia Declaration of Rights)

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    logan wrote:
    Bump.

    Still looking for some suggestions for a couple cards...

    One to give to businesses who don't allow guns or just ask you to leave.

    Maybe another with some quick laws to give to managers or whoever prove that we can open carry.
    I started to try to make up a card, but it looks to take up two sheets of paper.

    Let me know if you do better.

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    Can I just mention...?

    "poeple"?

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    To be honest, at this time, I could care less why you carry. I need a card that I can flash a cop, and get him off my back. I am in Milwaukee man. My cops are telling people that it is bad to carry...

    I need a card that tells the cop to learn to read. And to start with the state laws!

    Give me a card with all laws that I might need to carry (about 6). I can just read them off if I get stopped. At this time it is about 6 full pages I carry to "feel safe".



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    How about this:Because, If your not safe in a Candy Store, where are you safe?

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