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Old February 7, 2013, 11:42 AM   #16
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I have removed my NRA sticker from my vehicle. To leave it on is an open invitation for police interaction, not warranted by state law where I live, and possible damage to the vehicle by anti gun dissidents.In the same vein I no longer wear a cap from my gun club nor have given my grandson the NRA cap I bought him.He lives out of state and only wears it at the range when he visits. Visitors to my home are kept away from my gun collection and I do not even mention my interest in firearms in normal conversation.
I agree the face book crowd appears to want the world to know every detail of there lives, IMO huge mistake, far too much info out there on each individual without adding signs and pictures.
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