Can clothing be a deterrent?

Would you ever wear a Smith & Wesson or an HK t-shirt as a means of self-defense? Do you think that would deter or attract trouble?

I have an opinion, but I'm curious to know others.

If I were a bad guy the first guy I would try to get is the one in the HK shirt.

"If I were a bad guy the first guy I would try to get is the one in the HK shirt."

This is why my C-3PO/R2D2 t-shirt is my favorite t-shirt to wear.

>>Would you ever wear a Smith & Wesson or an HK t-shirt as a means of self-defense?




You mean a shootmefirst shirt. Those are kind of like the shootmefirst vests.

I've heard others say the same thing, but I wonder what evidence that's based on.

My opinion: I guess if the badguy is holding hostages and pulls out a gun, wearing an HK shirt wouldn't be helpful.

But, in a street confrontation, I think a badguy would be reluctant to assault a person who is likely to be carrying a concealed firearm.

"But, in a street confrontation, I think a badguy would be reluctant to assault a person who is likely to be carrying a concealed firearm."

Right, that's why they don't confront you, they just blindside you and then look for your nice little HK to steal and sell or use. :)

"Can clothing be a deterrent?"

IMO, only if its stained with much feces!

i, for one, would not come near you.

I don't need to smear my clothes with any more feces, that's for sure.

Love to hear some more opinions!