Where Can I Buy a CCW Badge?
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    Where Can I Buy a CCW Badge?

    Heh heh! Just kidding.

    For the longest time, I thought you all were joking about the badges. Then I actually looked them up, and still couldn't figure out why someone would carry one. But I finally realized the thinking behind this.

    My company is branching out into firearms sales, and I was thinking about open carrying at work. I was running through scenarios in my head, and thought about how I often pop over to the grocery store to get some lunch. I imagined some of the Nervous Nellies spying my firearm and all the possibilities that could arise from that. It occurred to me that unless you are wearing a badge, most people don't think you should have a gun.

    It suddenly dawned on me--this is why someone invented CCW badges! Still not a good idea, but now I get it.

    Hey, just because something isn't a good idea, doesn't mean there wasn't some logic behind it.

    Actually, I could order badges in bulk and sell them alongside the new Browning line....

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    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!

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    Well if you are going to sell CCW Badges, you should also sell, Brasso, belt clip CCW Badge holders, and of course those infamous neck chain CCW Badge holder thingies.

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    I think you have a great idea about selling CCW badges, everyone should have em! Then when you get pulled over just flash your badge quickly so the cop can't actually see it like they do on tv. Then you can be arrested for impersonating an officer:o)

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    Quote Originally Posted by localgirl View Post
    Heh heh! Just kidding.


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    It suddenly dawned on me--this is why someone invented CCW badges! Still not a good idea, but now I get it.

    Hey, just because something isn't a good idea, doesn't mean there wasn't some logic behind it.

    Actually, I could order badges in bulk and sell them alongside the new Browning line....
    Hey Girl: Just appoint yourself to the position of Security Officer and get that type badge. Then they can't say you are impersonating a LEO. Just a thought!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldgrunt View Post
    Hey Girl: Just appoint yourself to the position of Security Officer and get that type badge.
    How about a Social Security Officer?

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    Hey localgirl, you wouldn't happen to be getting any ccw capes in would you? We could get all our shopping done at one spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dumb okie View Post
    Hey localgirl, you wouldn't happen to be getting any ccw capes in would you? We could get all our shopping done at one spot.
    You know, I'm almost tempted to craft a few. But I think my profits would fall significantly after you all pranked each other with gag gifts.

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    CCW Capes
    CCW Sashes
    CCW Headbands
    CCW Armbands
    CCW Masks, because concealed means concealed
    CCW boots, similar to Wraslin boots with the letters "CCW" on the side

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    There is a term to describe a person that wants to wear a badge and not spend the time and effort to go through LEO training and it is WANABE. Really not a good idea. You are just putting yourself in the vigilante category. IMHO They give you a card to carry and that should be enough to identify yourself. Calling attention to yourself is not what CC is all about.
    NRA Life Member, JPFO member, NAGR member, 2nd Amendment Foundation member and Life Member of Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 996

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