Owner loyalty

Owner loyalty

This is a discussion on Owner loyalty within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; How many of us have a bit more ferver for our chosen carry pistol brands above and beyond what we expect and enjoy about them? ...

View Poll Results: I convey my enthusiasm for my favorite firearm manufacturer as such:

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  • My favorite firearms manufacturer's logo is prominemt in my house

    7 3.40%
  • I have numerous stickers/decals of my favorite pistol maker

    3 1.46%
  • I love stickers and accessories from my favorite brand and have been looking for keychains!

    6 2.91%
  • No need to convey my dedication through outward signs as to my favorites

    190 92.23%
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    Owner loyalty

    How many of us have a bit more ferver for our chosen carry pistol brands above and beyond what we expect and enjoy about them?
    I love my Glocks, and have a SIG. I have a SIG catalog in the living room accessible to all guests, looking for the SIG-TH&B sticker also. (they don't put out any calenders like Glock), but I do have a load of Glock stickers, brochures, yearly catalogs, and a calendar!


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    I must be disloyal or uncommitted. I must have no brand loyalty, but I like stickers at least on my tool box. I carry whatever I feel like at the time, and I blame it all on my son. He states "women accessorize according to dress, why cant we." I cought the bug. So at any given time you can catch me with a 5 shot Taurus .45 LC revolver or my new 13 shot Springfield XD45c. I read the article on the XD45 - phooey. I also will carry my .45 Commander, SIG P6 "luv it, hate that its a 9mm", and my buddy, my American Derringer in .45LC. So I guess I have no brand loyalty, as long as it will hit hard. Although at one time I claimed I was an HK guy, but I have always been partial to Colts and especially the 1911. So I guess I am just a gun slut with no brand loyalty.
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    I've got catalogs and magazines at home, but I NEVER wear gun-related logos or put them on my vehicles. Incognito my friend...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    I've got catalogs and magazines at home, but I NEVER wear gun-related logos or put them on my vehicles. Incognito my friend...
    + 1

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    I've got catalogs and magazines at home, but I NEVER wear gun-related logos or put them on my vehicles. Incognito my friend...
    +2 Well said
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    Nobody ever said anything about vehicles or clothing now did they? Re-read the question/poll, and you'll see. I'm on several forums, and I'm used to folks not reading what they reply to. We can all be better persons in the future--I'm confident.

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    Concealed is concealed...logo's do not help concealment...OMO

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    what I may say about guns are among friends, but I never advertise...
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    I voted for the last. Nothing on my car ever. I also like stickers on my tool boxs especially the one that came with my XD.45 that says Illegal In The State of California Do have a couple of pro gun stickers on my helmet
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    I have a tinted rear truck window and have a small NRA logo sticker stuck to the inside, so you can barely see it.

    I have a Got Sig? sticker on my pelican case with the sig in it.

    Other than that, all my good friends know I'm a Sig guy. I don't really display it anywhere though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Nobody ever said anything about vehicles or clothing now did they? Re-read the question/poll, and you'll see. I'm on several forums, and I'm used to folks not reading what they reply to. We can all be better persons in the future--I'm confident.

    So where would one put stickers/decals if not on the vehicle?

    On the fridge? Shower door? Headboard?

    Would not the truck key go on the key chain?

    Coffee mugs, t-shirts, caps, range bags and sweatshirts are all considered accessories, donít you agree?

    A lot of us here are college-educated professionals and we read and comprehend very well.

    For those of us that understand the concept of concealed carry, I believe that the last choice in your opinion poll would best describe how we feel.

    BTW, most of us are pretty good about not passing judgment on others regarding responses to our posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biloxi Bersa View Post
    So where would one put stickers/decals if not on the vehicle?

    On the fridge? Shower door? Headboard?

    Would not the truck key go on the key chain?

    Coffee mugs, t-shirts, caps, range bags and sweatshirts are all considered accessories, donít you agree?

    A lot of us here are college-educated professionals and we read and comprehend very well.

    For those of us that understand the concept of concealed carry, I believe that the last choice in your opinion poll would best describe how we feel.

    BTW, most of us are pretty good about not passing judgment on others regarding responses to our posts.





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    I'll put stickers and such all over...as soon as I get my check.

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    Just Glock calanders and posters. Nothing too crazy.

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    I don't need no stinkin' stickers. But I am pretty fond of these calendars from Dillion Precision.
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