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Maybe in the right place
Waiting to see the one or two chime in that would wear it to a political gathering?
I know there's at least a couple.
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What are you tlaking about? Where do you click? All I'm seeing is a ? mark.
Oh I found it and a BIG HELL NO!!! All that would do is scare the sheep and some of 'em vote.
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I'll say that it's clever in that I haven't seen anything like it - but I absolutely would not wear it. WAY wrong message. That's one fat stereotype that doesn't require feeding.
(there's a comment about open carry here that's BEGGING me to say it, but I don't wanna get beat up....)
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Marine Corps General James Mattis, to Iraqi tribal leaders
At first, I thought it was a diet plan, then it hit me.
No I wouldn't wear it, but it was worth a chuckle.
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While I find the shirt amusing, I don't think it has a place among sophisticated, intelligent people. It will just stoke the anti-gunners and could possibly make you a mark for those that may think you have a gun that they may want to relieve you of. Only place to wear it would be to a shooting event where it could be appreciated for what it is.
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Nope....I don't advertise that I may be carrying. Not sending a good message....suppose you actually had to shoot someone in a SD situation and you were wearing the T shirt.....the prosecutor would tear you up in court by saying you're some gun nut looking to shoot someone. That t shirt doesn't help. Might as well add the "who farted?" hat in the mix too....kinda goes along those lines.
The only piece of gun related clothing I own is a Glock hat (got to tour the factory a few years back...excellent tour by the way)...but I don't wear it that often....maybe while working outside, cutting grass, etc.
I do not wear anything with letters of an alphabet on it.
I'd wear it to an all DC Member Bar-B-Que event but, not ever out in public or out with the general population who do not even know what a "double-tap" is.
Buy one of these. Much better.
It's not about "the cause"...
it's because its a low-class shirt
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To many afraid of offending. I find it a pretty funny t shirt and would wear it. I also wear a black cap on occasion that reads, We don't dail 911. It has a nice picture of a handgun on it.
I like reading the shirt, I just wouldn't wear one.OMO
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