Putting gun yard signs to shame

Putting gun yard signs to shame

This is a discussion on Putting gun yard signs to shame within the Home (And Away From Home) Defense Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I'm no fan of putting warning signs in your yard like, "We don't call 911" or "nothing inside is worth losing your life over," etc. ...

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    Putting gun yard signs to shame

    I'm no fan of putting warning signs in your yard like, "We don't call 911" or "nothing inside is worth losing your life over," etc. This guys mailbox is really cool but it also puts a target on your home.

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    Gun fanatic creates a giant mailbox in the shape of a .44 Magnum revolver out of wood and plastic | Mail Online

    Would you put something like this in your front yard?
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    No i would not put that in my yard ,but i would put it at a place of business .
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    Nope, that wouldn't go in front of my home. Firstly my wife would have kittens as it would detract from the house. Secondly, I'm no fan of revolvers. I can see that being sold to someone that does want it though... and a business making more of them.

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    No, I'm classier than that. Plus it would clash with our pink flamingos and yard gnomes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad426 View Post
    No, I'm classier than that. Plus it would clash with our pink flamingos and yard gnomes.
    How can anyone with a UK symbol instead of UoL speak of anything classy?

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    Can you find Ammo for it??
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    Nice but, I wouldn't be surprised if the Post Office refused to put mail in it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jemsaal View Post
    How can anyone with a UK symbol instead of UoL speak of anything classy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brady View Post
    Nice but, I wouldn't be surprised if the Post Office refused to put mail in it.
    Is he one of the extras on duck dynasty?
    The article said that he checked with the USPS and they said go for it.

    Cool but not going in my front yard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad426 View Post
    No, I'm classier than that. Plus it would clash with our pink flamingos and yard gnomes.
    Not if you had it pointed at them.
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    I would feel far safer with this in front of my house.

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    Would you put something like this in your front yard?
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