NSSF Now Offering #GUNVOTE Jerseys

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As you may be aware, there’s an election going on. And as even Donald Trump recognizes, the outcome is of particular interest to the People of the Gun. Toward that end, our friends at the Nations Shooting Sports Foundation are now offering #GUNVOTE performance jerseys so you can show your support for gun rights at the range or wherever you go. They’ve also kindly provided two of them to our readers which we’ll be adding as additional prizes in our reader gun review contest. So whether you win one or buy one, let everyone know which way you’re voting this fall. It’s that important.

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  1. avatar Omer Baker says:

    Remember to set up a way to get spam emails. My spam stopper ate my Black Arch holster. A lot of emails assumed to be spam were lost to the either of the interwebs never to be had again. /sniff/

  2. avatar The Other Gray Man says:

    I’d rather go shirtless. Fugly.

  3. avatar DCJ says:

    Those are about the ugliest things I have seen in a long time.

  4. avatar Rusty Chains says:

    Yep, but you won’t be allowed to wear it to the polls. Even though it does not name a candidate for any office you will be told that you can not wear that within 150 feet of a polling station. They would have a point because everyone knows Hillary = Gun Control, so you would be advocating voting against her.

    Need proof? Even an NRA instructor ball cap can cause problems. You might win in court, but the election will be long over by then. For reference see: https://www.yahoo.com/news/man-told-remove-nra-instructor-hat-while-voting-193414226.html?ref=gs

  5. avatar Chief Master says:

    Yup. Like tie-dye, but much, much worse.

  6. avatar Ralph says:

    Given the campaign of intimidation currently being waged against the anti-Hillary forces, I won’t be advertising my vote so blatantly. I’d hate to have to defend myself by shooting someone while I’m grocery shopping or walking to the polls.

    1. avatar anonymoose says:

      Think a Trump hat and plate carrier would be too over the top?

  7. avatar BLAMMO says:

    $60 for a V-neck T-shirt?

  8. avatar CT_Guy says:

    Ironically, not legal in Jersey.

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