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Pro-2nd Amendment/Pro-gun stickers on your vehicle?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by breakingcontact, Jan 16, 2013.

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  1. breakingcontact

    breakingcontact Member

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    Yes or no?

    NRA stickers? Favorite arms maker?

    How about other things, like a Magpul sticker?

    In some ways I want to stick some on there as a statement. In other ways, I don't know if I want to make that statement, as people will not only know I support gun rights...but probably have guns, to steal, when I'm not home.
     
  2. DrDeFab

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    Just one: "μολών λαβέ"
     
  3. Rail Driver

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    I have pro-gun stickers on my car.
     
  4. Skribs

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    I don't have any stickers on my car. Considering it, though.
     
  5. psyopspec

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    No stickers on my car. I don't see an advantage in keeping my personal life anything but non-descript.

    If I did, it would be the Molon Labe sticker mentioned above since it's more insider. Or maybe one of the white oval/black letter RKBA ones.
     
  6. Skribs

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    The thing is, if you're doing it as a statement, doing a manufacturer that most anti-gun folks wouldn't know probably won't help. Big names, especially those with a long history in the US, are probably better. Any internal acronyms or foreign phrases (where you need to know what it is to know what it is) won't raise awareness. RKBA could be a radio station for all the layman knows.

    A picture of a weapon, or part of a weapon, included in the sticker would of course change this. "Protected by ________" is pretty common.
     
  7. Isaac-1

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    Your almost in Texas (Austin), odds are any given house has guns in it.
     
  8. Neo-Luddite

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    Have my NRA ballcap w/ gold lifer pin attached on rear shelf. Never moves from there (I don't wear hats often) but COULD be removed if needed. Never has moved in 4+ years.
     
  9. hso

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    I don't put stickers on my vehicles, BUT with the threat of an AWB I'm gonna change my mind.

    Looking for something like -

    "Violent crime at a new low.
    AR sales at a new high.
    What will a ban accomplish??
     
  10. Texan Scott

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    I've decided the need for a public statement of support for the 2A now outweighs any minor risk associated with displaying my affiliation... NRA sticker going on the truck, TSRA patch going on the jacket.
     
  11. Prophet

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    I have a satirical "Exist" sticker on my van (eBay) among others, but that's as close as I've gotten to pro-2A on my vehicle. I don't like to advertise that I carry a firearm. It's even getting to the point where I've been thinking about removing all of them for the purpose of urban camouflage. But hey, it's a hippie van. People expect to see stickers of some sort. With everything that's been going on I'm probably going to add a few to my small arsenal of stickers.

    I've been thinking about adding a "Kill Your Television" sticker, especially lately.
     
  12. Grassman

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    I just got a new truck a while back, I'll have an NRA sticker on it soon.
     
  13. longknife12

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    Have my NRA Endowment decal in back glass.
    Dan
     
  14. Archer

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    A small Gunsite raven on the rear hatch. Something only Gunsite family members seem to notice.
     
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    If that's what you want, good. Not good for promoting our cause if people don't recognize it.
     
  16. bowserb

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    No stickers for me. These peace-loving anti gunners are too violent to risk it. Besides, the less they see, the less they are reminded to press for gun control action. Let sleeping liberal dogs lie.


    Please excuse typos. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk.
     
  17. sean326

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    NRA Life Member
     
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    Until I recently retired, I worked for a very left wing not-for-profit organization. I proudly displayed my NRA sticker on my desk in plain view and it will go on my car when I get another. The organization management (I was one of them.) avoided the issue even when the subject of office decor would occasionally arise. On one occasion a colleague asked if I thought such a display was appropriate in an agency dedicated to health. To which I responded, "My support of the NRA has saved lives, can you say the same about your abortion poster? I never heard another word except quiet support.
     
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    I have simple Sig Sauer and Hk stickers on my SUV. A good friend of mine has an "in loving memory" sticker on his truck. It says "in loving memory of $2 a gallon gas and the second amendment". I thought it was sad but true.
     
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    I'm going to order a sticker from S&W soon when I decide to get grips.
     
  21. JBrady555

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    got a nra sticker and a "protected by glock" sticker on my vehicle
     
  22. breakingcontact

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    The NRA/TSRA stickers sound good. I just joined the TSRA. Isaac, I was pleasantly surprised at the amount of Austin hipsters at the idpa matches and gun show!

    I think they're more akin to the outlaw country meets hippie roots of TX than the Cali liberal invaders.
     
  23. USAF_Vet

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    I've got an NRA sticker in the back windshield, above my Iraq veteran sticker. These are all visible above my Veteran license plates.

    I wear a Molon Labe pin on my jacket. As for hats, I'm usually wearing one of my OIF veteran hats, my NRA hat, or a plain USAF hat.

    I've been thinking about getting a S&W logo sticker for the car, too.
     
  24. Steel Horse Rider

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    Peace Through Superior Firepower

    The Second Amendment Protects the First
     
  25. Tim the student

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    I'm now considering it. Anybody have links to some good ones?

    I kind of want one that highlights gun owners in a positive way, although that isn't as much fun as the NSFW grumpy cat meme about new gun control.

    Careful, now they know you're nuts and shouldn't have guns! A veteran + NRA member = next one to snap! Thanks for your service, BTW.
     
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