Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by GunnyUSMC, May 18, 2018.
All my stickers go on my gun vaults.
I, too, would consider that vandalism. In my case, they stripped off all of the union decals from tool box, defaced my anti-war decals on my tool box, and drew Nazi Swastikas on my car. Each time I complained to management, and each time they shrugged it off. WHenI complained about eh swastikas on my car, the manager said "Yeah, well I saw your car and you deserve it." I resigned the following week. Before I started my new job, I pulled almost everything off my box. All that's left now is a few Boeing decals and some shiny spots where decals used to be.
I also put them on the glass front on both doors of my wooden gun cabinet. Until I've put so many on that its hard to see through the glass. I started putting them on my safe and also my locker at work.
I've acquired a ton of racing stickers too and they all line the front of the fridge in my shop. Along with a few very classy pictures of women.
I put a NRA sticker on one of the rear windows of my 1954 Ford station wagon. I generally don't like to advertise gun ownership on a vehicle (for security reasons), but it's a hobby car and doesn't get much use.
If you still need some Magpul sticks, PM me your shipping info.
Having been in the military and understanding that 1) you can't sticker up your living area 2) you CAN declare your interests, I put the on the INSIDE of the safe on the door, where they can be seen when it's open. I keep it limited to what I've actually decided to spend money to own. Taurus doesn't have a sticker program, or, at least, it didn't get to me. Neither did SIG, Kahr, Ruger, Remington, Beretta, or Glock.
I currently have just one sticker on my truck, a 3x5 US flag.
Here’s my old range box. These days it holds extra cleaning supplies.
And my work coffee thermos.
NRA and GOA on the front , others on the sides, back and top. This box has all gun tools and cleaning stuff.
No, the shelf isn't bent, something with the camera angle makes it look that way
I think it's not only tacky, but a bad idea to stick them on one's car. I usually just forget about them and leave them in the box.
I like the idea of sticking them on the safe, gun case, cleaning kit, or fridge.
Most go on the gun safe or tool boxes. I've given some stickers to my son, and they now decorate his power wheels jeep.
I dont put them on my vehicles.
When I was a teenager I had a few gun stickers on my Homak gun cabinet. Had to clean them off when I bought a safe and sold the cabinet.
Now that I'm an adult, stickers that come with guns just stay in the box with the paperwork. Anything else,like stickers that come with internet orders, goes straight in the trash.
I put mine on my clear plastic "gun stuff" storage bins atop my safe.
All the cool kids do!!!
Me? I prefer to keep everyone guessing,,,
On my beer fridge under the loading bench.
They go on my reloading bench in spots, and ammo boxes.
Push off on kids, put on old glass door gun cabinet now in a closet,....but mostly, cover my allegedly clear lunch box for work (I work in a state prison). The best part----MANY of my brother officers do the same thing.
inside my ammo cabinet. I spent too much time painting my safes to sticker them up.
I need a stack of pro-gun stuff to tag the peacenicks though.
Derek funny thing even I joined in 2003 I was a lurker since the beginning of THR. I'm gonna buy one as a loyal member LOL.
Put them on the neighbor's cat.
I put what stickers I get on my cleaning box.
Generally, they're all still in the boxes. When I finish my garage, I'll make up a collage of them for a sign, to go along with all the other wall signs.
For what it is worth I buy sheet magnet material and turn my decals into what is essentally a refrigerator magnet. They get put on the fun safe, roll-away toolboxes and the refrigerator in the garage. Easy and I can remove them at any time.
I like this idea! If you are a caster you need to start carrying a pair of wheel weight pliers too! Just kidding!!!
Separate names with a comma.