Do you wear any pro gun shirts?

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    i usually wear my shirts when doing outside house chores. I also wear my pro law enforcement shirts as well.

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    Nope..no gun shirts..no stickers on my Country Cadillac...only the comfortable weight of my "Baby" at 3 o'clock. Let them guess what this old man enjoys!
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    I don't as much as I used to but I still regularly wear a S&W hat out and about. If I'm just running around locally I wear my "Sons of Liberty Tyranny Response Team" shirt. You can look it up on zazzle.com because they wouldn't let me copy a picture here. This is Oklahoma so I blend in pretty well.

    This past weekend I had a family reunion with distant relatives and at a less formal event I was wearing my "Meat is Murder tasty, tasty murder" shirt and I happened to be talking to a vegan relative that I had never met before. Thought it was funny as hell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmerbyron View Post
    I don't as much as I used to but I still regularly wear a S&W hat out and about. If I'm just running around locally I wear my "Sons of Liberty Tyranny Response Team" shirt. You can look it up on zazzle.com because they wouldn't let me copy a picture here. This is Oklahoma so I blend in pretty well.

    This past weekend I had a family reunion with distant relatives and at a less formal event I was wearing my "Meat is Murder tasty, tasty murder" shirt and I happened to be talking to a vegan relative that I had never met before. Thought it was funny as hell.
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    retsupt99...I did a double take, I thought the the link was..

    Sons of Liberty Tranny Response Team T-shirt!!!
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    I have a long sleeved GLOCK Shooting Sports T-shirt I picked up from a gun show, but that is about it.
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    I don't wear anything that advocates what I do or believe in. I guess I should, it's not that I'm ashamed anything, but I never spread around what I learned during my military time either though.
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    I have a lot of hunting related T-shirts, some Winchester Ammuntion shirts, sporting clays shirts, one is a Browning, I used to have some shirts with different guns pictured, yesterday I wore a Mossberg shirt with some Labs in the back and a duck hunting scene.

    I have only ever had positive comments about them, but they do seem to attract attention and comments, mostly from people who hunt or shoot. Of course, that's not why I wear them, just a side effect.

    I don't have any strcitly "gun shirts", like Glock, or SIG or AK stuff, so I can't say as to those types of shirts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guardian View Post
    I don't wear anything that advocates what I do or believe in.
    It saves a lot of explaining, and those that share my values already know...

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    I have a Cavalry Arms t-shirt I wear to gun related functions. No one really says anything about it. Now the "Infidel" t-shirt always gets comments when I where it.

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    I don't have any shirts that say anything about firearms, etc, probably won't have one either.

    However, I do have a shirt that says "I'm one of those crazy Episcopalians"

    What kind of response would that one generate, I wonder?
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    Yes, I wear one to plug a new and great local gun store:
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    I used to wear shirts bragging about my 2A/shooting passion. Now, about the two most controversial T-shirts I own are military - one with the Marines seal (from her oldest) and the other says NAVY DAD (from my youngest). I've got no decals on my vehicle other than an American flag. As I age, most of my private life falls into the "nunnya" category as far as anyone outside my circle goes.
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    I don't commonly wear any kind of "slogan" t-shirt, but occasionally I'll get artistic and create one of my own. Maybe I'll do it with the second amendment one of these days. :-)

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    I have my NRA shirts or gun manufacturers and I wear them from time to time. Lets say this is my way of open carry without open carrying.
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