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Gun supporter-Concealed carry decals on car?
#11
You mean you don't have a "I HiredGoon" bumper sticker on your buggy? I'm disappointed Huh

streaker69;78221 Wrote:I put no stickers on my car, and I remove the stickers that car dealerships place on them. I don't see the need to advertise for anyone without compensation.
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HiredGoon;78323 Wrote:You mean you don't have a "I HiredGoon" bumper sticker on your buggy? I'm disappointed Huh

streaker69;78221 Wrote:I put no stickers on my car, and I remove the stickers that car dealerships place on them. I don't see the need to advertise for anyone without compensation.

Hey now, what happens in the buggy, stays in the buggy! Tongue
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#13
I probably wouldn't, just to avoid road rage and cop rage. I had a Herman Cain sticker for a bit but won't ever do something like that again....what a waste.

I have family stickers on the minivan and novelty license plates and that's it. Used to advertise for my own business but don't have that anymore.
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streaker69;78221 Wrote:I put no stickers on my car, and I remove the stickers that car dealerships place on them. I don't see the need to advertise for anyone without compensation.

This x100

In addition, over the years on POOFA there have been numerous reports of officers in traffic stops immediately asking if there are any weapons. Nobody can say for sure but in a lot of these cases the owner of the vehicle had some form of pro 2A sticker visible.

I think there are better ways to show your support. Wear a tshirt, or a hat. Put your stickers on your toolbox or ammo cans. With the way things are right now, realistically you are just making yourself a target both with law enforcement and antis. I would not put it past an anti to trash your car because of a bumper sticker.
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#15
I've talked to people who have been pulled over for going 1 to 5 MPH over the speed limit with NRA or other gun related stickers on their car. They all tell me the officer asks them if they have any guns in the car and that they don't think they would have been pulled over in the first place if their cars were sticker free.
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#16
streaker69;78221 Wrote:I put no stickers on my car, and I remove the stickers that car dealerships place on them. I don't see the need to advertise for anyone without compensation.

This.

Justin

MARINE DIVISION TWO;78247 Wrote:No Stickers on Car or Home ,I dont advertise the fact that I am Armed or have firearms in my Home !

I do fly a Gadsden flag at home..., however, since most Americans probably don't know what it means, they probably don't translate that into me having guns.

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#17
I have one JB Racing sticker on my truck, and that's only because he's a good friend.

My kid pointed out a giant white AR silhouette, just like the one used here, on the rear window of a truck and even he said "why would you do that?" Shrug
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#18
I never really wanted any pro 2a stuff on my vehicles. My NRA GOA, etc stickers are in my office window though. However, I felt in these tough anti 2a times, I needed to show my support. So I got some DTOM, Gadsden, Come Take it, liberty or death and 3 percenter stickers and window clings recently. I put them on my 2 vehicles but my wife does not want them on her vehicle & I respect that. This is not the time to hide your belief on this subject or it will erode away.

These anti's are out for your guns, ammo, mags, whatever they can get. Now is the time to take a stand.
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#19
Philadelphia Patriot;78293 Wrote:I live in Philly, and I work in Philly. I have an NRA sticker on my back window on my SUV. I know there are a lot of liberals in Philly, so in addition to showing my support for the NRA and gun owners, I do it also as a big F U to liberals. Also it lets people think twice about riding my bumper.

Not on any vehicles that I drive, but they're on the front windows of my house and the back windows.

I don't disguise the fact that I own or keep them in the house, but then I got security system, whole property has cameras, and I'm pretty active about pushing property that's tax delinquent and is home to junkies into Sheriff's sale. They usually avoid me whenever possible.
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#20
No gun stickers on vehicle or political views, I like my paint and tires. Do have a USAF Retired front plate and an "I Served" on a side-tinted window. I wish I had neighbors so I could put up one of those "he is against firearms and has no weapons in his home arrow signs", but sigh. I pay enough for extra insurance to cover guns than to advertise they are here. Not sure if the ADT sign helps, been ok 17 years though. Keeps elephants out of the yard also.
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