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I had to share this great license plate.

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by ShooterMcGavin, Apr 23, 2007.

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  1. ShooterMcGavin

    ShooterMcGavin Member

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    I thought this was a good license plate. However, I don't know if I would use a plate like that. It could suggest "guns inside" to a thief.
     

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  2. Eleven Mike

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    A sincere question: how many thieves are reading this board?
     
  3. Dmack_901

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    In a different way, I think that's the point.
     
  4. Eleven Mike

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    'Cause we know all the crooks are sittin' around reading Legal & Political all day. :confused: :scrutiny:
     
  5. Hoppy590

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    or it could just be a coincidence. im not saying BMW drivers dont support RKBA ( because i drive a BMW and do support RKBA and actualy a bunch of guys on bmw forums do support RKBA)

    the initials could be for something else
     
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    I doubt very many of the bad guys know what RKBA means. They do, however, know what that NRA sticker means!
     
  7. hexidismal

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    Well.. Are you suggesting that the RKBA acronym is some inside secret of THR members ? Seriously though, I see what you getting at but that's one of the worst strategical misconceptions people can make .. that criminals are not smart , well informed, skilled, etc.

    Regardless, cool plate ! :)
     
  8. Pax Jordana

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    Reeks of Krill, Bacon and Asparagus?

    c'mooooooooonnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn.
     
  9. Doggy Daddy

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    Kinda makes me think of a plate I saw once. A happy young couple was in the car. I'm guessing their names were something like Sam and Mary. Or Stu and Maude. Maybe Steve and Michelle.

    I figger they planned to be together for a long time. Their license plate read:

    SNM4EVR

    Or maybe they really meant what I thought they meant....:D
     
  10. Winter Borne

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    Best plate I ever saw was at the creek... BELT FED

    My neighbor down the street has PRO GUN

    mk
     
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  12. ShooterMcGavin

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    I like some of the other plate ideas. You are probably right, that it does not stand for what I thought.
     
  13. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    ewwww I like it I wonder if it is available here in the DPRK.
     
  14. 50 Shooter

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    I like this plate but it's not mine.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Just before my 300ZX was trashed by an idiot driver, I made up my mind to get this plate put on:

    YAWMATUO

    It's not gun related, and it wouldn't fit for the truck I am driving now.

    Can you figure it out?
     
  16. GnL

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    I had RKBA on my Iowa plate while I lived there. I still have the plate...somewhere. I'll see if I can find it and post a pic. Never had anyone ask me about it, though I had to explain what it meant at the DMV before they would issue it.
     
  17. Jorg Nysgerrig

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    As opposed to it being a BMW, which never attracts any kind of attention?
     
  18. C. Rabbit

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    Your photo (background and WA on the plate) makes me wonder if this is a pic from Bellingham.

    Yesterday, I saw a 1911A1 plate.

    CR
     
  19. Eleven Mike

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    Almost. It seems a safe bet that the only people who know the acronym are those who spend time thinking and talking and reading about their Second Amendment rights. That's a pretty small group. How many smash and grab artists or car thieves are going to know it? What are the chances such a criminal will see this car and have the opportunity to rob it?
     
  20. ShooterMcGavin

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    backwards "outa my way"?
     
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    Or it could suggest that the owner of this car is carrying a gun on him/her, and none inside, so no funny stuff.

    They might not be reading L&P, but if they're anywhere in the vicinity of that car, it is strongly advised criminals heed the subtle warning. ;)
     
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    In Virginia we have vanity plates with the NRA logo on them. They do scream gun. In opsec we learned this type of advertising could easily get your vehicle targeted for a break in. Law enforcement and pro-gun stickers on the vehicle can have the same effect.
     
  23. Eleven Mike

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    What makes you think a criminal is going to know what RKBA means?
     
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    One of the guys I shoot with has DBL TAP.
     
  25. TimboKhan

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    I don't think I will take that bet. I have never quite understood why we will take all these other precautions, but we won't assume that the criminal we may have to face will be smart. What law is there that says that smash and grab artists and car thieves aren't smart? Maybe they make bad choices, but that doesn't mean they don't read THR, subscribe to American Handgunner, reload, etc... Just to be on the safe side, I always assume that the criminals are as smart as I am, which, or course, is pretty friggin' smart.
     
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