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Well the United States Marine Corps part is pretty obvious, but what does smj mean?

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Just now, Alpo said:

Well the United States Marine Corps part is pretty obvious, but what does smj mean?

.My guess is Sergeant Major. 

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I saw one that was 2TH DR.  Obviously a dentist.

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That is not the correct Marine Corps abbreviation for Sergeant Major. Or Army either actually.

 

USMC -SGT MAJ

ARMY - SGM

But you’re limited to number of characters you can put on a plate.

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13 minutes ago, Utah Bob #35998 said:

That is not the correct Marine Corps abbreviation for Sergeant Major. Or Army either actually.

 

USMC -SGT MAJ

ARMY - SGM

But you’re limited to number of characters you can put on a plate.

 

And you have to get creative because others have taken what you wanted. 

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Howdy,

Once I wanted plates for my fun car.

They sent one sorta close.

Since then I never played the game.

Took whatever pile of numbers and letters they sent.

Why make it easy for some one to give cops the number of

that passiing blurrrrrr.

Best

CR

 

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Whatever I think of personalized license plates I remember an Archie comic strip. They had just made personalized plates legal in Riverdale, and Archie decided he would get one that said SUPERDUDE.

 

Unfortunately you could only have a maximum of eight letters, and his said SUPERDUD.

 

And there was a Carlos Mencia routine about personalized plates in California. He asked about plates referencing the evil N word, spelling it many different ways. Leaving the E out. Changing the ER to AH. Things like that. None of those were allowable. However he could get BEANER, GREASER, or WETBACK. All three of those were acceptable plates.

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2 minutes ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

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   .... you could improvise a bit ...   -_-

MTALICA would have worked

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My old plates were 44SPCL, wish I could have gotten them here. Still trying to decide what else I would like.

 

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1MP54ME

Never put it on the truck. Didn’t want the harassment. 

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50 minutes ago, Derringer Dan said:

1MP54ME

Never put it on the truck. Didn’t want the harassment. 

Translation?

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Posted (edited)

One MP-5 (HK) for me

In Kali it was just a dream :rolleyes: to own one

Edited by Derringer Dan
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I used to have a plate in CA that said “PAT RYUT” when I lived here before. 

 

Now they want too much money for personalized plates and they don’t need any more of my money than they take now. 

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My tag doesn’t leave much to the imagination!:lol:

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1 hour ago, Alpo said:

Funny. I thought Auburn hated elephants.

We're very inclusive these days. 

 

Elephants (what does the ocean have to do with elephants?:wacko:), gators, bulldogs, other tigers,.... we hate them pretty equally.

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I don't understand the elephants, but because they are red, and they yell ROLL TIDE, I've always thought of red tide, which is a toxic bacteria which infects shellfish. Since a large percentage of Gulf Coastal people are in the shellfish business - ersters and shrimps - I could never see why anyone would like red tide.

 

Sorry bama.

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1 hour ago, Smuteye John SASS#24774 said:

what does the ocean have to do with elephants?

Probably about as much as tigers have to do with eagles.

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3 hours ago, Blackwater 53393 said:

My tag doesn’t leave much to the imagination!:lol:

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  ... does the word "CHEATHAM" have anything to do with being a successful "GUNFYTR" ?   :huh:

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1 hour ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

  ... does the word "CHEATHAM" have anything to do with being a successful "GUNFYTR" ?   :huh:


Never give a ______ an even break!!!  :o:lol:

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1 hour ago, Wallaby Jack, SASS #44062 said:

 

 

  ... does the word "CHEATHAM" have anything to do with being a successful "GUNFYTR" ?   :huh:

 

Some states put the county on the plates.

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44 minutes ago, Subdeacon Joe said:

 

Some states put the county on the plates.

 

 

 I thought that might be it, ..... but I couldn't let the CHEATham slide ....   ;)

 

 

  'sides ..... if you gotta win, .... cheat!

 

 

:ph34r:

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My old California plates read GUNSLIK.  It was on 13 cars over 39 1/2 years and I never had any issue with it.

 

I moved here and t was taken already.

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The plates on my truck are CAS FAN.  With a SASS plate frame, most shooters get it, but it confuses the rest. ;)

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