How far are you willing to go?

How far are you willing to go?

This is a discussion on How far are you willing to go? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; We've all read the treads that question wearing the gun logos on our clothes and the pro-gun stickers on our cars and trucks. But how ...

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    How far are you willing to go?

    We've all read the treads that question wearing the gun logos on our clothes and the pro-gun stickers on our cars and trucks. But how covert are you willing to go? Would you wear a peace symbol or a pro democratic sticker on your car? Concealed is concealed and a little misdirection could never hurt. At the least it would cause a lot of confusion among my family and friends if I put a pro Obama sticker on my truck.

    How far are you will to go?
    What part of "shall not be infringed" do you not understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaymen View Post
    We've all read the treads that question wearing the gun logos on our clothes and the pro-gun stickers on our cars and trucks. But how covert are you willing to go? Would you wear a peace symbol or a pro democratic sticker on your car? Concealed is concealed and a little misdirection could never hurt. At the least it would cause a lot of confusion among my family and friends if I put a pro Obama sticker on my truck.

    How far are you will to go?
    While I don't advertise my choice to carry or my make of guns, I definitely wouldn't go so far as to make someone think I was on the other side of the fence either.

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    not that far

    let's not get hasty, but i do not use bumper stickers or anything, thos who know me know my guns guns those who don't I prefer to keep it that way, so surprise is in my favor

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    You might want to change that to "Radical Left" or "anti-gun" rather than pro-Democratic because there are many registered Democrats that are pro-gun.
    Just FYI.

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    As a general rule I don't put anything on my truck that indicates I'm "pro 2nd amendment." I don't want to give some criminal there may be a gun stored in my vehicle. By the same token, I won't go the other extreme either.

    I won't put any anti-2nd amendment bumper stickers, democratic candidates, etc. on my truck either. With these type items I risk being labeled as anti-2nd amendment, liberal, etc. I want to keep the people guessing (unless the know me) about my opinions on these very personal perspectives.
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    That's "tin-foil hat" territory.

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    Nutin' at all........ I don't put nutin' on my cars....

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    I just don't put bumper stickers of any kind on my car. My clothing is pretty much non-descript, generic polos, camp shirts, cargo pants/shorts. Blend in with the general populace is pretty much my philosophy. What sheeple don't know about me won't hurt them. Prefer to live at peace with everyone, unless they have immediate, evil intentions.

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    My cars have nothing on them at all. Then again, I just can't stand having stickers on my cars.
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    I just have my Obama/Biden 2012 bumper sticker on my car. Oh, and that 'coexist' sticker with all the cute characters.

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    So, I shouldn't get the "There's room for ALL God's creatures... Right next to the mashed potatoes!" bumper sticker next to the NRA and S&W stickers??

    (I don't do bumper stickers.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by FastDraw View Post
    Nutin' at all........ I don't put nutin' on my cars....
    What you said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNUT View Post
    That's "tin-foil hat" territory.
    I agree...


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    Such a tactic might be viewed dimly by law enforcement and persecutorial authorities (yes, I know the "real" word here is "prosecutorial") as some sort of "baiting"....

    Only the police are allowed to "bait" the bad guys, boys and girls.
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    O divine art of subtlety and secrecy! Through you we learn to be invisible, through you inaudible and hence we can hold the enemy's fate in our hands.

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