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Make Your Second Amendment Pride a Family Affair

There are several traditional ways to state your support for the Second Amendment. For instance, you could simply display the actual language of the Second Amendment, “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. You could also go on to state it more succinctly by recalling a later statement from Thomas Jefferson, “The beauty of the Second Amendment is that it will not be needed until they try to take it.

George Washington showed his belief in the right to bear arms by stating, “The very atmosphere of firearms anywhere and everywhere restrains evil interference—they deserve a place of honor with all that’s good.” Recently, a new blip appeared on the radar screen that makes Second Amendment pride a family affair., creator of the trademarked slogan, “You Got Your Family – I Got Mine” gives you the liberty to proudly display an alternative idea of family and pride in the Second Amendment—without the use of stick-figures or classic quotes. These decals are sure to rock any truck, car, toolbox, gun case, office, garage or wherever you choose to display your “family.”

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Comments (6)

  1. No-one supports the Second Amendment more than I do, but that’s just stupid! I can see putting stickers on your truck showing that you love to hunt, shoot, etc. I’ve got several on my truck, but showing a whole line of guns like that is what makes the gun control idiots get all excited, while their teeth are chattering in fear. They’ll be using that as an excuse to call for more “control”. To me gun control is hitting what I’m aiming at, don’t need a bunch of stickers to prove my support of our rights. Stickers, by the way, that aren’t going to make anyone associate them with the Second Amendment anyway, they’ll just be saying, “there goes another redneck”. Better off posting something like what my stickers say, “Criminals Prefer unarmed Victims” or Guns don’t kill People, People do” etc. Heck, the Pledge of Allegiance is all we all really need to display!!!

  2. lol yeah zaphod because the type of gun we own (implying you even get the corresponding sticker) is “critical military information”

  3. Seems to me like a great way to show people what I protect my home with ;). I’m thinking trucks, cars, water bottles, laptop lids … The list goes on! Plus, we “gun-people” love to route for the small guys, the small business owners, who built their businesses on their own. I know I’ll be supporting these guys by picking up a few decals to decorate my huntin rig. Doesn’t hurt that the owner is a super cool dude either, so show ’em some love by showing off yer family!

  4. Then don’t put them on your car. Look over the website they run and you will notice that they have RPG
    I’ve some of their stickers on a water bottle, I’ve some on my laptop on the back. If you don’t like them then don’t order any what is the point of them. I’ve an M24 and an M4 carbine on the back of my truck and I’ve never had an issue usually I get a laugh and a smile from people.

    Good quality vynal, and an amazing staff working for very helpful and quick shipping

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