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Snake/AR-15 Stickers Available Now

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Travis McGee, Mar 27, 2004.

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  1. Travis McGee

    Travis McGee Member

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    Remember last month I was trying to come up with a great RKBA design for stickers and shirts? The final selection was made, and now they're in production and available at lifelibertyetc.com . I'm not getting any cut from this, not a dime, my motive was just to create an excellent general purpose 2nd Amd design to "show our colors." Lifelibertyetc.com was just the first outfit to actually take the ball and run with it, and now here they are. This is the sticker, but you can also get t-shirts with the same design on the back much enlarged. The "Shooter's Jack" sticker costs just two bucks, and there are lots of other sticker designs and shirts at the same website. "Shooter's Jack" comes from the "Naval Jack" flag it's based on. "Naval Jack" flag's are now flying on all US Navy ships, since 9-11.

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    Nice work! Here in CA, they'd probably search my vehicle for "Assault Weapons" if I put that on my car. ;)
     
  3. Brian Dale

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    That's good news—thanks for the work you've done on this, Matt!
     
  4. Drjones

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    Ooohhhh....gonna order a shirt real soon!!!

    Thank you and great job!!!

    I also want the "Peace through Superior Firepower" and "Molon Labe" shirts on that site.

    Cute model... :D
     
  5. Drjones

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    Here's a thought:

    Have you thought about doing something with the Gadsden? Its the yellow flag with the coiled snake...

    You could have the snake coiled around an AR, with the same text.

    THAT would be cool.

    Or, you could do another variation with the following Franklin quote:

    "She never begins an attack, nor, when once engaged, ever surrenders: She is therefore an emblem of magnanimity and true courage. ... she never wounds 'till she has generously given notice, even to her enemy, and cautioned him against the danger of treading on her."

    Check out www.gadsden.info too. They even have some cool shirts there too!!!
     
  6. Travis McGee

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    Drjones:
    The yellow Gadsden coiled snake/rifle design I use on my book cover is copyrigted, and I only have permission to use it on my book and for book promotion. The artist does sell some stuff with that design on cafepress. For the life of me I have a mental block and can't think of his current High Road name. It was DrZ on The Firing Line I think.
    I'm sure someone will be along presently with the name and link to cafe press. For me the main advantage of the striped design is that it didn't need original art, and had no copyright issues.

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  7. Drjones

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    Wow....Drjones gets the "Captain oblivious" award for the decade...I didn't even see the image on the cover of your book... :rolleyes: :banghead: :D

    Anyhow, how can that image be copyrighted?

    Its a flag!!! :scrutiny:
     
  8. Drjones

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    Ok...sorry....you guys really have to excuse me. I'm fighting a cold and am obviously not thinking clearly.

    OK, I get it: The image on your book, which is what I initially overlooked and suggested, is copyrighted, right?

    The flag is not, right?

    I'm stepping away from the keyboard now... :banghead: :rolleyes: :D :D
     
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    ordered

    ordered several for me...thanks for the great design
     
  10. Travis McGee

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    Drjones: That's right. The last one, I mean.<P>;^)
     
  11. Harry Tuttle

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    doc Zox is a hack

    :evil:

    wanna sell my snakey AR design?

    no problemo
    my kids need new shoes

    i've never had much luck selling RKBA bumper strips

    i barely broke even on these:
     

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    Harry Tuttle: Hey, I like those Molon Labe stickers, we're having a discussion about this over on Free Republic. I say /1/ nobody reads Greek, and /2/ Nobody knows what Molon Labe means, even written in English. Your stickers fix both problems. Very nice!
     
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    Counterexample. A month or so ago while I was wearing Correia-wear, someone approached and commented that not too many people express that sentiment these days. Then he asked where to get the hat, and didn't seem to recognize the reference I gave him to THR.

    So there are people out there, aside from TFLers and THRers, who at least know what Molon Labe means.
     
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