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bbwarfield:
What have you heard about these stickers? The ones with two black bars on top and bottom and a blue stripe in the middle? A cop told me they are no longer significant, especially if a cop runs your plates, in most states he'll see that you're a concealed carry permit holder and assume you're armed anyway.

I'm leaning towards avoiding any outside indicator that I'm armed.

bbw

Nowhere:
The cop you spoke with is out of touch.  This sticker represents "The Thin Blue Line".  Another name for law enforcement enforcement officers.  I and many of my colleagues wore a pin like this on our uniforms.  I was a deputy sheriff.  This is not associated with concealed carry.

you may also see a variation of this showing a shield that is black on the right and left side with a blue diagonal line from right to left.  It may also have "1*" on it meaning "one ass to risk" (one asterisk).

bbwarfield:
Thanks - that's what I needed to know.

bbw

Orionblade:


I always thought it had something to do with gay pride.

 :-[

This looks neat though:



pac1911:

If I were a cop, I would assume EVERYONE had a gun whether a computer or a sticker or anything else was to indicate it. 

as a ccw holder, I don't want ANYONE to know I have a gun.  No gun club sticker, no nra stickers, infact no personalization to my vehicle at all gun related or not.  why tip my hand in any direction?

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