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Old 06-25-2013, 06:50 PM   #51
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Years back I saw a HILARIOUS bumper sticker.

Cute little Co-Ed driving her "beater" college hatchback.

Big sticker in the back window read:

"I lost my CHERRY... BUT I've still got the box it came in!"

Let the "snot shooting" commence.

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Nothing on my car identifies me as a potential gun owner. If they need to see that I have guns, I would rather it be a surprise.

Advertising that you are a gun owner gains you nothing and I think that gun slogans and NRA stickers are an invitation to theft from your vehicle and your home.

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Nothing on my car identifies me as a potential gun owner. If they need to see that I have guns, I would rather it be a surprise.

Advertising that you are a gun owner gains you nothing and I think that gun slogans and NRA stickers are an invitation to theft from your vehicle and your home.
20+ years of the NRA logo in my back window.

Zero car break ins... Zero burglaries...

Invitation or Warning?

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I don't put any bumper stickers on any of my rides.
Well on the back of my horse trailer I do have one that says 'Got Trails'?

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i have had an NRA sticker on every vehicle i have owned for several years now. i am proud that i belong to the NRA and will always display their decal.

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NY DAV xxxxxx..

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Nothing on my car identifies me as a potential gun owner. If they need to see that I have guns, I would rather it be a surprise.

Advertising that you are a gun owner gains you nothing and I think that gun slogans and NRA stickers are an invitation to theft from your vehicle and your home.
Or a good way to get ur ass kicked!!!
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Or a good way to get ur ass kicked!!!
....They're more than welcome to try. I don't know how many times I have to say this SHEEPDOG !!!!!
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I think it depends on the area of the country you live in. I live in a rural area and have no fear of car break ins at all.

I've had SHU-TER and SHOOTR before.

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This thread got me thinking.....Hmmmmm.! Maybe a plate (available) ..?

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