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What does your vanity plate say?

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Nice kill and nice looking rig. Question: the orange vest is that required or just your choice? Just curious as so many guys I've seen go with camo and such.
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    Boy I guess none of the theives have got the memo around here yet. All depends on what you leave in your vehicle not what your plates say. Besides nobody would want to steal my stuff it isn't a remington with a B&C stock.



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    Nice kill and nice looking rig. Question: the orange vest is that required or just your choice? Just curious as so many guys I've seen go with camo and such.
    Blaze orange in required here in MT. I try to be as visible as possible during rifle season and as stealthy as I can during bow season. Thanks.

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    Re: What does your vanity plate say?

    Not mine, but saw this in McLean, VA the other day.

    Plate is "HALFMOA"

    Sticker in lower right is US Navy

    Sticker in lower left of the rear window is "CIA"

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