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I wonder how the strategic placement of an NRA sticker on the back of your truck/car affects your liklihood of getting mugged?
 

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Good question, but would a potential mugger take the time to look at and read anything you have on your vehicle?
 

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just paint your car or truck like the sticker. IDEA!!! when you sign up for NRA instead of sending you the little stickers they should ask for make and model of your vehicle, then they send you a HUGE sticker that goes over your auto. (wakeing up at 0230 and still working with no caffine makes my brain work) or just mount a MG34 or any other belt fed 50 cal on top and im sure you wont have any problems. haha
 

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The sticker might not deter him ... but when I stick out my Kahrs PM9 and point it at him he will be "detered" rather quickly. Just say'n

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nra stickers to me announce "guns in this house." vermin casing neighborhoods may "make note" of this house and pay a "visit" when cars are gone. just a thought. better to keep a low profile in some areas.
 

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timberghostacres said:
The sticker might not deter him ... but when I stick out my Kahrs PM9 and point it at him he will be "detered" rather quickly. Just say'n

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My thoughts exactly!!
 

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have sticker on my truck that states "nothing in here is worth your life"
Think that explains it pretty good
 

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Kennesaw GA passed a law require all homeowners to have a gun in the house (didn't have to have ammo or be loaded) some years back. Vermin didn't start breaking into houses. They all moved out of Kennesaw, GA and crime disappeared. Neil Boortz likes to talk a/b this on his radio program.
 

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4cslabs said:
have sticker on my truck that states "nothing in here is worth your life"
Think that explains it pretty good
Just remember sometimes they can shoot better plus are armed better than you!! Your sticker goes for you my friend too!! No Earthly possession worth losing your life for either!
 

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Gurt said:
I wonder how the strategic placement of an NRA sticker on the back of your truck/car affects your liklihood of getting mugged?
From experience, I can tell you it can get you mugged at a Canadian border crossing if the guard is anti gun.
 

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My wife and I were vacationing in Nevada. We happened to stroll into a little "cowboy" shop and he had these bumper stickers on the counter that said "Criminals prefer unarmed victims".

Of course, for the $2 I bought one. I also have one of those S&W trailer hitch covers to keep the crud out of my trucks hitch. I use to use the S&W cover, but the more I thought about it, the more I figured I was advertising that I carried a gun.

I no longer use the hitch cover and that bumper sticker and the cover are in my shop over my workbench.

I just think if some would-be crack head were going to rob me, and he saw me getting out of my truck, it would put him on high alert as opposed to making him look for another "victim." After all, those guys don't think with logic.

Not everyone will agree with me. But that's how I look at it.

SW
 

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Have some friends that are NRA Life members and above, that won't put decals on their trucks. They are of the opinions that such advertisements may attract attention from those they don't want any attention from?

Doesn't bother me none. Don't think I've owned a truck in the past 40 years, that didn't have an NRA sticker on 'er someplace?
 

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Nothing says guns in the house like hunting stickers in the vehicle in the driveway
 
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