Realistic Gun T-Shirts Have Good Intentions but Dangerous Risks

Paul Liebe has started selling realistic gun T-shirts from his Colorado business, Nitelife Billiards. The T-shirts, with realistic prints of guns in holsters, are designed to be conversation-starters about the second amendment: “Freedom of speech, it’s your right, and it just has a little kick on the side,” Liebe said. Among the cue balls and pool sticks are open carry custom shirts sporting a realistic gun in holster and shoulder strap that make it appear the person wearing it is carrying Read more […]