Hey now, I like my NRA 2014 Convention hats. Made in the USA and I bought 4 of them on clearance in 2015 for $6 each. Is there really any credence that wearing a hat makes one a target? I don't have a lot of experiencing committing robberies, but I have a hard time believing if I were to do such a thing I would spend a lot of time reading hats and tattoos to figure out who to shoot first.
In the same vain, for the last 15 years or so, my dad has plastered "Got SIG?", NRA, Smith & Wesson, etc. stickers on his vehicles; driven few hundred thousand miles through 20 different states and been broken into exactly 0 times.
Folks that have nothing better to do than worry that what some other person wears or has tattood could make that person a more likely target in a robbery lead truly blessed lives.
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