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Looking For: "No Guns, No Money" cards

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Mot45acp, Aug 26, 2007.

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  1. Mot45acp

    Mot45acp Member

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    Does anyone sell these? Or even an image (front and back) that I can take to Kinkos and have some printed up. The purpose is to give to businesses that prevent concealed carry.

    I would like something on the back to the tune of:
    1. Criminals dont care about their sign.
    2. Their sign does not guarantee my safety.
    3. Due to this policy my dollars will be given to a business that want them.
    4. As a CHL holder I have passed state and FBI background checks to ensure that I am not a criminal.

    I have seen these before, but, cant seem to locate them.
    Non copy write material is preferred.

    Any help or other input would be appreciated.

    Mot
     
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    Along the right side in the sidebar of this page of Tim Oliver's website there is a Microsoft Word document that allows you to print the cards:

    http://www.learntocarry.com/news/

    Tim is a 2nd Amendment supporter in MO and a board member of the Missouri Sport Shooting Assn.
     
  4. M2Pilot

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    Good idea. You can also buy a self inking rubber

    stamp with the message of your choice. I have one that says "armed citizen money" that I stamp most of my folding money with. A friend does the same with one that says "gun owner money". This isn't exactly the same message you're trying to spread & it's probably not very effective but it's fun.
     
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  6. JeffKnox

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    We sell Merchant Education Cards

    We have a very nice full color, glossy card with good information on both sides that we sell for $10 per hundred. We also offer custom printed cards for other groups and clubs. And we've got a sweetheart deal with a friendly printer that lets us offer these at prices that are incredible. I've never seen any printer that could touch the prices we offer.

    We've done several minor variations and I'm not sure what exact version is currently available. We haven't gotten the advertisement up on the new web site yet, but you can still view the cards and sales information from the old site at:
    http://www.firearmscoalition.org/special/CCWCard/

    If you're interested in custom cards in lots of 1000 or more, drop me a note at my regular e-mail: Jeff at FirearmsCoalition.org

    Jeff
     
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    It's funny you should bring this up. In the last couple years I've changed my profession from armed gun work to graphic design for various reasons. I was just working in the last few days on a new business card design for myself, and I thought about additionally doing something like what you're talking about here in a business card format to add along with my order when I make it. Easy to carry around, and pass out at stores with signs like that. If I get a chance to finish it, maybe I'll offer them up here before I make the print order and see if anyone else wants some.
     
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    I wish I could send one to the Illinois Dept. of Revenue.
     
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    Here's one for free from MCRGO:

    Microsoft Word Document Format:
    Front
    Back

    Adobe Acrobat PDF format:
    Front
    Back

    The back is specific to Michigan, but you could alter it in the Word format and print up your own back. It's very similar to the Kansas one listed above.
     
  11. Dgreno

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    This is an awesome idea I have never heard of! I would like to use the the MCRGO ones from above but the website does not fit for VA. Does anybody know of a web address I could or should put in its space on the back of the card to send someone to a pro carry in Virginia website? Thanks for your help everyone!
     
  12. JeffKnox

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    Pro-carry in Virginia

    VCDL.org is your best bet for a Virginia organization web site.
    They did have some cards for sale, but I don't know if they still do.

    Again, I'll mention that we have very nice cards available on our site at:
    http://www.firearmscoalition.org/special/CCWCard/
    and have the greatest printing deal in the world for custom cards.

    Jeff

    Jeff Knox
    www.FirearmsCoalition.org
     
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    I would like someone to develop a card to give to hospitals that explains their folly of banning CCW and perhaps depending on the state that their ghost buster signs mean nothing in the eyes of the law. Also that Ghost buster signs most certainly say, " dinner is served", to the wolves of the world.
     
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