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Thread: Custom shirt for any CCW who understands Open Carry

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    This is an interesting blend of CCW yet creating firearm awareness.

    http://www.customink.com/designs/ccw...signback-_-end

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    I think it's great!

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    Ya know Doc i think that's just awesome. I really like it and i dont even have a CCW lol

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    A new shirt for SuperLite:
    I will not agree with you all the time, deal with it. CASE CLOSED.

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    I don't think so.

    I'd be afraid the shirt might blow up.

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    Superlite27 wrote:
    I don't think so.

    I'd be afraid the shirt might blow up.
    You need to see a psychiatrist for your irrationally Glock phobia. I think it is starting to effect your ability to make rational decisions.

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    i'm sure lmtd has something to say about this shirt.... ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nrepuyan View Post
    i'm sure lmtd has something to say about this shirt.... ;-)
    Yep I sure do,

    Thanks Doc, I appreciate you taking the time to make that for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LMTD View Post
    Yep I sure do,

    Thanks Doc, I appreciate you taking the time to make that for me.

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    Cool Whats the matter there youngin? Forget the Ritalin today?

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    ya know

    Quote Originally Posted by nrepuyan View Post
    i'm sure lmtd has something to say about this shirt.... ;-)
    I thought LMTD might like it. It was his idea.

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    Understands OC ? Never did get an answer to that question.

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    i like that shirt, unfortunatly i never CCW(even though i got my permit) now that i OC. so it wouldnt really make since if i OC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YuppieDog View Post
    Understands OC ? Never did get an answer to that question.
    The 3 main reasons I open carry are for: (1) To desensitize people to the presence of a firearm and re-establish it for what it is. A self defense tool. (2) To show the criminal element that I and the direct area I am in may not be the best choice to target. (3) To express that I take my Constitutional rights and freedoms seriously.

    It is my opinion that to a degree a lot of that can be expressed by a CCW who would choose to wear a shirt like the "1mm" shirt that we are talking about.

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    i think it be good to make another shirt like this one, where you keep the front the same but remove the back part.
    i say this because i think there might be some CCW that would like this shirt, but do not want to be afflicated with the OC crowd. now i dont know if you care about the crowd that dosent want to be linked with the OC but i feel like this is a good shirt and the more ppl wear gun supportative shirts the beter. even if we dont agree on the CCW vs. OC issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sohighlyunlikely View Post
    This is an interesting blend of CCW yet creating firearm awareness.

    http://www.customink.com/designs/ccw...signback-_-end

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    Just a bump to bring this thread back up per a request.

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    Nice shirt... being from out of state, I would like one without the state specific back logo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dieselcrawler View Post
    Nice shirt... being from out of state, I would like one without the state specific back logo.
    Here you go. Click on the link

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    http://www.cafepress.com/underthisshirt.517045956#

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    Just got mine ordered today, ordered 2 ! Wow did I wait a long time or what!!!

    Thanks Doc

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    i like the idea of the shirt. i also like the back logo.

    however i think something on the shirt has to be related to opencarry. maybe even displaying opencarry.org on it.

    also 30$ is way too much for 1 shirt. my opinion though.
    Last edited by kylemoul; 03-19-2011 at 07:34 PM.

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    I'm going to agree with Kyle on this one. I can't afford a $30 shirt right now. Awesome idea though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sohighlyunlikely View Post
    Just a bump to bring this thread back up per a request.

    Doc
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    If you pull it, you use it. If you pull it and you don't use it, you've done some thing wrong and you might not get another chance. Think about it before you pack it!
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    That would be fun to take to some of the towns that still have CC prohibitions on their books, just to see what would happen...

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    Actually the problem is not the pricing on the shirt, the problem is getting folks to get the monies together at the same time to get the bulk discount. If I had ordered the third one it would have dropped the price by 5 bucks a shirt, then there is another break at 6 to 9, then another at 10 to 15 I think it was etc.

    It is very hard for a group to commit to making a bulk purchase because they typically lose money on the deal.


    If a bunch of folks decide they want them then you need to organize a group buy, save on cost and shipping.

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    has anyone looked at vistaprint? i made a shirt for like 10$ front print only though

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