Caution: Driver is Loaded

Caution: Driver is Loaded

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    Caution: Driver is Loaded

    Anybody game for these decals?

    Last edited by lowflyer; February 17th, 2007 at 09:52 PM.
    Whatever doesn't kill you postpones the inevitable.


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    Posted a while back iirc , but yea i am up , i best get a bunch so i can put one with each ccw badge LOL >
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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    Nah... why advertise? Let it be a surprise
    You have to make the shot when fire is smoking, people are screaming, dogs are barking, kids are crying and sirens are coming.
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    I did this one a while ago for those of us in PA


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    Doesn't announcing "concealed" sort of defeat the purpose of actually being concealed?

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    I'm a fence sitter on this subject.
    On the one hand I want to help spread positive gun awareness (which probably doesn't apply to these stickers, I'm thinking more of things like 'Got Sig?') but at the same time I do not want to advertise that I have guns and am carrying. I don't want my vehicle to be broken into outside a restaurant while my gun is stashed in it as per TN law, and I don't want someone to see something like an NRA sticker and call 911 saying that I was brandishing in an act of road rage, I'm sure that has happened before.
    So I just put my 'Got Sig?' sticker on one of my toolboxes.

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    I like good and humerous stickers but also am in (these days) the ''anonymity camp" - nothing on my truck now says anything ''gunny''.

    Sad reflection on present day but it seems discretion is way to go - in many areas anyways.

    Round here is not too bad of course and rifle racks are not uncommon - but travelling and other places, well - I tend to think if I had NRA stickers and others, and parked in Pittsburgh for too long - someone may think breaking in was going to be productive of a gun!

    Low key methinks - these days, sad to say.
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    I think it's funny since it sounds like advertising that the driver may have been drinking.

    I am fairly deliberate about my anonymity. I have no stickers on any of my vehicles.
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    Sort of reminds me of these sort of stickers:



    I cringe when I see these as well. I am a bowhunter, but would sooner give it up than advertise in this manner.
    Whatever doesn't kill you postpones the inevitable.

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    When i was working construction i put gun stickers on my hardhat instead of the typical construction company stickers.. it made for some intresting conversations , most good.
    Working state jobs tho it was a strict no ccw policy so was not a real issue as far as folks deciding i was carrying . It was just something different to visit about .
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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    I don't cringe at all. I love putting stuff like this on my roll around tool box. Good stuff, anybody know where I can get sticky back paper I can print these out on my puter printer?

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    White contact paper at the local hobby shop ? you may have to trim to size tho . Office max or similar should have something that will work .
    Make sure you get full value out of today , Do something worthwhile, because what you do today will cost you one day off the rest of your life .
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    i also agree. no advertising. i never even had a military affiliation (bumper) sticker on my car of any kind. if you do is that bragging? is that a "keep away from me" hint? i think it just complicates things from twisting laws to unwanted attention. we (my piece and me) only want to come out and play at our favorite range. ...-place ad here- LOL.
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    For anyone who likes this kind of thing there are lots of good ones on CAFEPRESS






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    Buy a bunch and put em on the bumpers of any Tree Hugging,
    Limp Wristed,Pencil Necked, Pantied Waisted Anti(s), that you might know.



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