Ar-15shirts.com has some pithy and charming shirts available for you to adorn your whole family with, especially the kids. No, we’re not being paid to mention this. We like them… and the in-your-face message they deliver. They are enough to give our official gun-hating fanboy Dan Hull (1, 2, 3) some serious heartburn and maybe even some rapid and promiscuous piddling of himself. On the surface he’d probably just call you a racist redneck homophobe in his own bigoted sort of way, having no idea that you were once married to a black woman, are college educated and own your own company.
Deep down though, as Dan lies in his bed trying to fall asleep, he’ll know that he’s an inferior man because he does not have the means with which to protect himself, his wife and his children from violence and evil. He can only rely on other men to do so – good men who possess guns, to ward off evil in his stead.
That’s not all. Not only will you cause the Dan Hulls of the world great consternation, and perhaps constipation (or the opposite), when your not-so-friends on Facebook see your kid holding an AR-15 while wearing one of these, they’re sure to call DCFS (Illinois’ Division of Children and Family Service) to come out to your house and demand you to show papers.
Of course, you can tell them to pound sand, just like gun owner Shawn Moore did when they showed up at his house:
Or just buy this doormat ahead of time:
Here is Shawn Moore’s story, in his own words:
The fight has officially been brought to my front door
Last night I was out with a buddy of mine. I got a text from my wife that the cops and dyfs are at the house and they wanna check out my guns and needed me to open my safe.
I’m instantly on my way. I get in contact with evan Nappen on the way. I explain the situation. I walk in my house and hand the phone to the first cop I see. Then direct all of em outside. Dyfs got a call because of a pic on my son holding a gun. They wanted to look around and check all my guns out, make sure they were all registered. Obviously that didn’t go well because I refused. I had Nappen on speaker phone the entire time so they had to deal with both of us. They kept trying to pressure me to open my safe. They had no warrant, no charges, nothing. I didn’t budge. I was told I was being “unreasonable” and that I was acting suspicious because I wouldn’t open my safe. Told me they were gonna get a search warrant. Told em go ahead. Nappen (my lawyer) asked me for the dyfs workers name. she wouldnt give it. i asked for credentials and she wouldnt show em. i tried to take a pic of her and she turned around real fast and walked away. After a while of them threatening to take my kids, get warrants and intimidation they left. Empty handed and seeing nothing.
People it can happen that fast. Most people wouldn’t have stood up to them like I did.
Here’s the picture the started the whole thing:
The Blaze picked up on the story, along with Drudge Report and others as it went national, and then some. (Thank for the publicity, to what ever sally-pants who called child protective services… and the cops who thought it was a good idea to follow up on this when no doubt they could check their computers to find this guy is a card-carrying good guy, not a gang-banging thug.)
In an exclusive interview with TheBlaze, Mr. Nappen — the attorney who was listening to the entire incident via Moore’s speaker phone — added more details:
- The DYFS worker repeatedly demanded access to the house and for Moore to open his safe where the firearms were stored. She said that the guns should be catalogued and checked to make certain they were “properly registered.” (NJ does not require registration, it is voluntary.)
- The four police officers acted professionally, they were there at the request of DYFS.
- The worker refused to identify herself. Mr. Moore demanded that she giver her name. She refused and ran away.
- As of Tuesday morning, Mr. Nappen believes that DYFS is still pushing for an inspection, “which is not happening.”
Mr. Nappen also shared few very important facts about this case. For instance, Shawn Moore holds three very significant firearms designations:
- NRA Certified Firearms Instructor – One of the toughest certifications to attain, requiring skills with the weapons as well as teaching.
- NRA Certified Range Safety Instructor
- NJ State Certified Firearms Hunting Instructor
Shawn’s son is also someone who has been certified by the state of New Jersey. In order for a person under the age of 18 to go hunting in New Jersey, they must be accompanied by a parent or adult supervisor, and they must also pass a state firearms hunter safety test. The young Mr. Moore passed the test and his father was NOT his instructor.
So, just imagine what will happen when your kid wears this shirt to range and poses for a picture with a real AR-15, not the sub-caliber training gun Shawn Moore’s son held…
…someone on your Facebook page is likely to lose all manner of bowel control.