Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Government is simply the word for those things we choose to do badly together.
BTRCLNG and fill in the final R with a Sharpe.
Gah. Stupid spell check. SHARPIE. I'd hate for you to misunderstand me and try writing on your tag with Shannon Sharpe.
How 'bout BTRCLGR?
CLINGER, but you may be mistaken for Lebanese.GODGUNS?MYGUNSSHOTGUNRMD2TTHBTRCLNG (go Robb Allen)
"the pistolero said...How 'bout BTRCLGR?"Bitter Clogger? Them's the worst.
Heh. Be careful with vanity plates, Tam.The proverbial "friend of a friend" got a plate to reflect his SCA name, Dark One. He abbreviated it to "DRKONE" to fit the MA-limited 6 digits.He was then subjected to questioning as to which branch of medicine Doctor Kone practiced...Interestingly enough, everyone understands my Harley's vanity plate: JZ HOG.:)
AK4EVER?AR4EVER?GLK4EVR?GUNBIBL? ("Gun Bible")GUNNUT? (Maybe with an optional "S".)
BTRFARRBTR for bitterFarr, for Jamie Farr, Cpl. Klinger on M*A*S*H
vanity plates cost extra .. that cuts into my ammo budget
I always liked PRO2A or PRO-2ND but that's not allowed here in CT. Something about numbers and letters have to be seperated by a dash, and only 1 dash is allowed.Word verification = unkies?!? As in "The GFW got his unkies all bunched up when he saw the NRA and SAF stickers in my back window."
Personally I like GUNNUT, but BTRCLGR works the best! I tried to get WTFO here in VA, but they wouldn't let me have it.
Can they just sound bitter?GN CLNGRBITR GUNGUN LOVREAT LEAD
Or you could just translate from Hyperbolean to English: CITIZEN
CMGTTHMCome get them...
And, when I was up at Smith & Wesson last year, we did a whole bunch of 6,000 round function tests on AR-15 type magazines, under every variable you could think of. Any of the metal magazines, marketed under a zillion names, made by O.K. Industries were first rate. CProducts were also excellent. But the hands-down winner, by a mile, was the MagPull PMag. Six grand rounds through each of them, and not one stoppage attributable to mag problems. Plus, after all that, they still looked and worked like new. Some scuffing where they went into the mag well, but otherwise, flawless, inside and out. I'm stocking up on 30 rounders, which, by the way, don't cost any more than the tin ones. And no, I don't have stock in the company.
License plate surround that says BITTER. Plate with as close to "CLINGER" as isn't already taken.
How about "GNBLOGR"? I have "GNWRTER" on the pickup.At first they challenged it and said it was in poor taste. I asked for a direct quote from the director because I mentioned in my request that I had about 100,000 readers of the publication I write for regularly and I'm sure her reasons why it was "...in poor taste..." would prove great fodder for an upcoming column.I got the plate, no more questions asked.All The Best,Frank W. James
M1911-A1Word Verification=mancry? WTF Man don't cry Man Swears
I got it: CTHULHU(Captcha was "zates"... Is that sorta like "Egads!" or "Yoinks!"? That just seems like something that Bill Watterson would use for spaceman Spiff.)
They thought GNWRTER was in bad tatse....what a bunch of commies, glad you did not back down.BTRCLGR or BTRCLNG would be my best guesses, but I like the idea of getting one those plastic plate things that surround the plate that says bitter and then having a license plate that says clinger.
BREAK INTO THIS YOU MIGHT FIND GUNS TO STEALSeriously, why advertise?
Gotta love " EAT LEAD"
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