Paul Liebe co-created the "Open Carry T-shirts" with marine veteran Sean Strand. Liebe said the image of a gun in a shoulder strap holster is a statement about the right to gun ownership as mandated by the Second Amendment.
"Law enforcement officers may overreact to your shirt," reads a warning on the website. "Listen to the officer. If he says, 'freeze, halt, stop,' just listen to him."
Sales of the open carry shirts have gone international. So far Liebe has said that no one has gotten in trouble with law enforcement for wearing his shirts.