Would you wear this?

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    Yep, if it were more stylish. The design is a little yuck for me.

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    No, because it sends the wrong message.

    My parents, especially my mother, to this day are anti-gun and I vividly remember an incident about 25-30 years ago, when a neighbor's kid (a few years younger than I am) came over wearing a shirt that said, "When Smith & Wesson talk, people listen". I thought that was the best shirt I had ever seen. Of course my mother was offended beyond all get out. The same kid had another shirt that read (along the lines of), "join the army, see exotic places, meet new people, and kill them."

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    While it is a funny shirt and saying, I sure would't want to be wearing it when the news cameras showed up or security cameras somewhere caught me during a SD situation. Funny shirt but it just looks bad and gives the wrong impression. While there are jokes that are funny in just about all subjects, wearing that joke could help send you to the slammer. JMO

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    The poll results are why I stick to this forum. Try posting the same poll on the AR-15 forum and see what happens.
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    Nope...

    Don't advertise.

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    No Sir

    That just fans the flames for the sheep


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    Like most, I find it amusing, but not wearable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gene83 View Post
    I wouldn't wear it and I'll bet a lot of the people who buy it probably don't own guns just like everyone you see wearing a Harley T-shirt doesn't necessarily ride. "Gun groupies"
    I bet a lot of the people who wear them just think that they are funny and don't care that others might be offended.

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    I wouldn't wear it for two reasons.

    1) Kinda goofy, not my style at all. I love t shirts, but that one looks like it was picked up at a card table in the back corner of a po-dunk gun show.

    2) As the old saying goes "The nail that sticks up the highest usually gets the hammer."


    A style of t shirt that reflects my typical attitude? Right here:


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    Its funny, but I would not wear it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5POINT56 View Post
    I wouldn't wear it for two reasons.

    1) Kinda goofy, not my style at all. I love t shirts, but that one looks like it was picked up at a card table in the back corner of a po-dunk gun show.

    2) As the old saying goes "The nail that sticks up the highest usually gets the hammer."


    A style of t shirt that reflects my typical attitude? Right here:


    That's exactly what I do when I OC in businesses. I feel there's no need advertise I have a gun.

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    I have a few gun related shirts that I may wear to the range, but would not wear in public. These kinds of things, while making sense to us gunners, feeds into the stereotypes the anti-freedom folks and news media have of us. Since we are judged not by the truth but by propaganda, that sort of thing does not help our cause.
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