My opinion only, but . . . "Gun for Hire" on a vanity plate would gladden the heart of a wrongful-death lawsuit attorney, suing you after you've righteously exercised deadly force in self-defense . . .
Prosecutors of a certain persuasion might enjoy the, "Gun for Hire," plate as evidence of intent and prior behavior, also . . .
Want to see a picture of your license plate on the front page of your local newspaper? Get involved in a firearms incident, and, no matter what the circumstances, I bet you get your wish.
CAVEAT: I'm certainly NOT saying using a "Gun for Hire" vanity plate against someone charged or sued in a shooting incident is right, or in the interest of justice, but . . . I think sporting such a plate might expose one to that risk and vulnerability; YMMV!
Last edited by Damocles; 03-05-2016 at 07:16 PM.