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  1. You might want to think about the ramifications from a prosecutor's and jury's point of view when it comes to "painting" or marking your weapon. Weak argument for sure, but even weak ones can easily be used to insinuate that your an evil gun owner blah blah blah. Just suggesting to tread carefully.
    When all other methods of protest have been dismantled, the system leaves us with only two options: stand and fight, or kneel and beg for mercy. All you need to know is what YOU would do when faced with that choice.

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    Have seen folks do this - but just don't see any reason to do so myself. Guess I just do not see my weapons as show pieces, but as tools. So, keep them clean, use them often.
    Si vis pacem para bellum

  4. Quote Originally Posted by Totidem Verbis View Post
    You might want to think about the ramifications from a prosecutor's and jury's point of view when it comes to "painting" or marking your weapon. Weak argument for sure, but even weak ones can easily be used to insinuate that your an evil gun owner blah blah blah. Just suggesting to tread carefully.
    Have they ever tried to use a custom paint job against the defendant in a DUI case? Just curious...

  5. Quote Originally Posted by the dark View Post
    Have seen folks do this - but just don't see any reason to do so myself. Guess I just do not see my weapons as show pieces, but as tools. So, keep them clean, use them often.
    All in the eye of the beholder. The same can be said about cars...some just buy one to get them from one place to another, others like to outfit them and decorate them with all sorts of bells and whistles.

    Most people own guns as tools, yes. But some of those also own them as a form of recreation. IMHO, the "tool" argument is what has allowed Congress to push gun matters as far as they have. It allows them to say "well if it's a tool for self defense, then you only NEED 'x' or 'y'...". So that allows the NEED argument to come into play. Well I NEED an AR15 with a 30 round magazine about as bad as Tiger Woods needs a set of golf clubs. Can we both live with them...probably. Do we want to? Nope. And that's what makes America a free country, allowing law abiding citizens to own whatever they want and do whatever they want with it as long as it is not breaking the law or harming anyone else. Rant off.

  6. I took the crayon out and used nail polish.lol. And it's a cheapo gun definitely not a show piece.. I more less wanted to practice polishing the barrel because iv never polished anything in my life.lol



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  7. Lmao Andey^


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  8. I used gold leaf paint on a Remington 1100 and it looked pretty nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Totidem Verbis View Post
    You might want to think about the ramifications from a prosecutor's and jury's point of view when it comes to "painting" or marking your weapon. Weak argument for sure, but even weak ones can easily be used to insinuate that your an evil gun owner blah blah blah. Just suggesting to tread carefully.
    Dude, you really are not serious are you? whats next bitching cause of a agressive looking engraving job?
    Bad Guys of the world beware the next time you think about jumping on a old guy, because its a fair bet he's to old to fight and probably to fat to run, but can put one in your eye at 50ft with his weak hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketgeezer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Totidem Verbis View Post
    You might want to think about the ramifications from a prosecutor's and jury's point of view when it comes to "painting" or marking your weapon. Weak argument for sure, but even weak ones can easily be used to insinuate that your an evil gun owner blah blah blah. Just suggesting to tread carefully.
    Dude, you really are not serious are you? whats next bitching cause of a agressive looking engraving job?
    I don think he was bitching. Just trying to make a point. You never know what an attorney will try. But I agree if he tried to go after a paint job I think any educated judge or jury would ridicule him out of the courtroom. Especially when all he did was fill in the pre-existing manufacturers marks.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by jcreek View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketgeezer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Totidem Verbis View Post
    You might want to think about the ramifications from a prosecutor's and jury's point of view when it comes to "painting" or marking your weapon. Weak argument for sure, but even weak ones can easily be used to insinuate that your an evil gun owner blah blah blah. Just suggesting to tread carefully.
    Dude, you really are not serious are you? whats next bitching cause of a agressive looking engraving job?
    I don think he was bitching. Just trying to make a point. You never know what an attorney will try. But I agree if he tried to go after a paint job I think any educated judge or jury would ridicule him out of the courtroom. Especially when all he did was fill in the pre-existing manufacturers marks.
    Yeah I mean maybe if you painted a devil's head or wrote something menacing...but coloring words would be more than just a stretch.

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