The Nevada Firearms Coalition is holding a contest for residents to pick their favorite license plate design that will be turned over to the DMV for creation.
“A personalized license plate is a perfect way for Nevadans to show their support for the Second Amendment,” NFC President Don Turner told News3LV. “You know I’ll be first in line at the DMV the day the winning design gets released.”
The group also needs donations because the creating a license plate requires a $5,000 grant.
Turner told FoxNews.com on Monday the voting would probably last until “either the donation or the votes stop coming in” or the organization hits its monetary target. Turner said around 1,000 votes had been cast so far and the totals were fairly evenly split between the four designs.
Each design includes the slogan “Protect the Second Amendment” at the bottom of the plate. Two plates feature a Revolutionary War-era soldier holding a musket and another has the silhouette of a cowboy, riding a horse, with a pistol in his hand. The fourth design is simply a pistol. Two of the designs include Nevada’s state slogan, “Battle Born.”
Here are the designs. Which one would you pick?