Yep. I had a "Protected by Colt" sticker on my horse trailer, and a few other cars at times. But learned it attracts the wrong kind of attention, and doesn't really need to be done to "scare people" or "show your rights" or whatever. It's just seen as aggressive. Now if anything, I'd put something about target shooting or my vet status.I don’t like any stickers on my vehicles. It is advertisement for vandalism if political or organization. Gun stickers are not only invitation to have vehicle broken, but also your house where you park. I also don’t need big decals with name of vehicle on my windows. I won’t buy garments with brand logo on them. I’m not buying free advertisement for the company.
My one exception is my MAGA hat. My advice, walk softly, keep a low profile and carry something with a bore so large you can reach down it with a rag. Survival in todays America.
Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
Never heard that one...that's pretty funny.Could be like the guys who put MAGA stickers on the vehicles driven by rioters...I mean mostly peaceful protesters...in Portland, Seattle and similar areas during the worst of the unrest and sat back and watched as the mostly peaceful protesters vandalized their own cars.
There's a lesson there somewhere.