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Old 01-22-2012, 04:20 PM   #21
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Does the 420 in your user name mean something different than, "Dude I likes my herb". At least that's what it advertises until explained, for me. ;-)
Not on my vehicle ! Please break in to my vehicle or pull me over etc.etc .Yeah i like to smoke a lil weed BIG WHOOP .I'am also ex military and have a associate degree in criminal law and currently work @ a nuclear power plant and have been for the last 10 years and havent smoked since ive been there .But you can bet your sweet a$$ it's gonna be the first thing i do when i get laid off .
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Aside from the fact that most my vehicles are way too cool to put any damn cheesy sticker on of any kind, I don't want to advertise the goods. A gun or shooting club sticker on your vehicle is kind of like saying "here it is boys, come and get it!"
I agree, but my club "requires" it be affixed in a particular place or you don't get on the premises.

I have even removed all of the "dealer logos" and such from mine. Had the factory pinstripe removed as well. I HATE stickers on my vehicle.

But, that's just me. If others wanna do it, I say go for it.
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Not on my vehicle ! Please break in to my vehicle or pull me over etc.etc .Yeah i like to smoke a lil weed BIG WHOOP .I'am also ex military and have a associate degree in criminal law and currently work @ a nuclear power plant and have been for the last 10 years and havent smoked since ive been there .But you can bet your sweet a$$ it's gonna be the first thing i do when i get laid off .
Does'nt Homer Simpson work at a nuclear power plant. Anyway, I don't know how you get laid off from a nuclear power plant, unless the government shuts you down. Maybe y'all need a union, that way if the president shuts you down he can give you the company like he did Government Motors.
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I agree, but my club "requires" it be affixed in a particular place or you don't get on the premises.

I have even removed all of the "dealer logos" and such from mine. Had the factory pinstripe removed as well. I HATE stickers on my vehicle.

But, that's just me. If others wanna do it, I say go for it.
Thank god my shooting club doesn't require their stickers on our vehicles. They are optional though. Aparently some of the other members of this club have had their vehicles raided for firearms in them in the past and they figure it was from stickers.
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Thank god my shooting club doesn't require their stickers on our vehicles. Aparently some of the other members of this club have had their vehicles raided for firearms in them in the past and they figure it was from stickers.
I will say that the stickers required of us are VERY discreet. You would never know what they pertain to, so in that regard I don't mind.
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Does'nt Homer Simpson work at a nuclear power plant. Anyway, I don't know how you get laid off from a nuclear power plant, unless the government shuts you down. Maybe y'all need a union, that way if the president shuts you down he can give you the company like he did Government Motors.
As a matter of fact I work for a union contractor .I think you are still upset with me for calling HI POINTS JUNK
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As a matter of fact I work for a union contractor .I think you are still upset with me for calling HI POINTS JUNK
No brother it's all good and we all have our opinions.
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Good news for owners of High Points. The U.S. Coast Guard has approved them for boat anchors in most U.S. coastal waters. This clears up the long standing debate on the use of High Points in Marine applications.

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Great, now people can anchor their boats, and then go shooting afterwards!

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Good news for owners of High Points. The U.S. Coast Guard has approved them for boat anchors in most U.S. coastal waters. This clears up the long standing debate on the use of High Points in Marine applications.
That's hilarious !!
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