No, not my style.
This is a discussion on Would you wear this? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I guess I'll be the odd man out... I really don't find it even slightly amusing. Even if I did, I'd never, ever wear it....
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I guess I'll be the odd man out...
I really don't find it even slightly amusing.
Even if I did, I'd never, ever wear it.
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I wouldn't wear it, but I don't think it hurts the gun cause.
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Doesn't go well with gray...so no.
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It's kind of funny in a dark, dark way (my style). It would be funny for just hanging around at home or around people that "get it."
No thanks. I'll pass every time on shirts like that.
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My wife would find that shirt extremely offensive and I would never quit hearing about this and that diet and/or exercises not working, blah, blah, blah to infinity... So the answer is; if I want to live a peaceable, non confrontational, life... the answer is a resounding NO!!!
Well, now. That is just a misguided attempt at white trashery.
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1. It screams that I am carrying a weapon.
2. It screams that I don't know how to use it.
3. It screams that I am looking for trouble.
That would be a no vote from me. ;)
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I'd wear it--inside out while painting the house, so I didn't get any paint on my Harley T-shirts. And yes, I do own a Harley--in fact two of them--I don't just wear the shirts.
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I keep my weapon well concealed. To wear a shirt like this would just be stupid in terms of that. I try to be the gray man anyhow.
Anti-gunners seem to believe that if we just pass enough laws, we can have utopia. Unfortunately, utopia is NOT one of our choices.
The only gun related shirt I've ever worn was a tshirt with a pistol grip shotgun that read "zombie repellant." It was more of a video game than gun related tshirt though.