mr_dove said:and if you're ever in any kind of a robbery the shirt basically says, "shoot me first".
Exactly! I may see a fanny pack and think "gun", but I am nearly 100% sure that that doesn't even enter the average person's mind. Nor do I think what someone's wearing is going to compute. I have one t-shirt that is gun oriented--the cheap SA you could get with the coupon--and though I haven't worn it to date, I wouldn't worry that people would assume I was carrying if I did. First off, where I live if they can SEE the t-shirt to read it (meaning its not under something else) then its summer and I'm either not carrying or have a pocket gun or something anyway. If I'm carrying a full size weapon, I probably have something else over it to cover anyway.92FS said:I don't really care what people wear. I don't believe gun clothes make you stand out much more than a good posture. I know most of my friends have no idea what an HK is or blackhawk Ind.
But, I also don't think vests and fanny packs scream gun to the world. *I* know that vests and fanny packs are a good sign that someone is packing, but none of my friends or family does.
Do you guys really think the average Joe walking down the street thinks that a vest is a CCWer? I don't.
Most people don't hang around gun forums and discuss ways to carry!
:scratch:TRB said:Threads like this are way I only drop into the T&PD forum about 1 in every 5 1911forum visits.
You're nitpicking the tactical liability of wearing a particular kind of t-shirt?!? *shakes head, rolls eyes, leaves*