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    Charger Guest

    Have you ever had to draw your handgun?

    Just wondering if anyone has had to draw your weapon on a BG?
    How did you handle the situation? What was the outcome?

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    This could be a long list so we'll leave out incidents that occurred outside the USA & include only handguns, we'll leave out long guns.

    As a LEO/Narco Investigator:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready'- - - Lost count, 50+
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 25+
    -Rounds Fired - - - 7 (Hits = 7)

    As Security/Force Protection:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready' - - - 25+
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 10+

    As Armored Car Officer:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready' - - - 6 (Not including areas where LR was the norm while outside the truck)
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 1

    As private citizen with no official purpose (like the above):
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 1

    Currently an Instructor for LEO & Private Citizens. 33 State CCW, NRA, Security & Armored Car Licensing and my personal favorite, Aerial Platform Marksmanship (shooting from Helicopters).

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    No, but I am sort of artistic so I probably could draw it if I had to.
    Avidshooter (Texas)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charger View Post
    Just wondering if anyone has had to draw your weapon on a BG?
    How did you handle the situation? What was the outcome?
    Everyday.....in my head.....in different situations.....all part of the training. The outcome? I won of course. lol

    But in real life....never....and I'd like to keep it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvidshooterTX View Post
    No, but I am sort of artistic so I probably could draw it if I had to.
    LMAO, your killing me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unfettered Might View Post
    Everyday.....in my head.....in different situations.....all part of the training. The outcome? I won of course. lol

    But in real life....never....and I'd like to keep it that way.
    Well put...You beat me to the punch. All in favor, Quote and say "Aye"

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    Quote Originally Posted by rixgotskills View Post
    well put...you beat me to the punch. All in favor, quote and say "aye"
    aye!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCI-Instructor View Post
    This could be a long list so we'll leave out incidents that occurred outside the USA & include only handguns, we'll leave out long guns.

    As a LEO/Narco Investigator:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready'- - - Lost count, 50+
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 25+
    -Rounds Fired - - - 7 (Hits = 7)

    As Security/Force Protection:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready' - - - 25+
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 10+

    As Armored Car Officer:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready' - - - 6 (Not including areas where LR was the norm while outside the truck)
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 1

    As private citizen with no official purpose (like the above):
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 1

    Currently an Instructor for LEO & Private Citizens. 33 State CCW, NRA, Security & Armored Car Licensing and my personal favorite, Aerial Platform Marksmanship (shooting from Helicopters).
    I thought amorerd car guys were just like UPS delivery drivers, only with a gun. I never considered them "officers". shaking my head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCI-Instructor View Post
    This could be a long list so we'll leave out incidents that occurred outside the USA & include only handguns, we'll leave out long guns.

    As a LEO/Narco Investigator:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready'- - - Lost count, 50+
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 25+
    -Rounds Fired - - - 7 (Hits = 7)

    As Security/Force Protection:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready' - - - 25+
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 10+

    As Armored Car Officer:
    -Drawn to 'Low Ready' - - - 6 (Not including areas where LR was the norm while outside the truck)
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 1

    As private citizen with no official purpose (like the above):
    -Drawn to 'On Target' - - - 1

    Currently an Instructor for LEO & Private Citizens. 33 State CCW, NRA, Security & Armored Car Licensing and my personal favorite, Aerial Platform Marksmanship (shooting from Helicopters).
    what did you have to do to get the armored car job? can u just apply for that or??

  11. Quote Originally Posted by theicemanmpls View Post
    I thought amorerd car guys were just like UPS delivery drivers, only with a gun. I never considered them "officers". shaking my head.
    I suppose it depends on your location, but in Utah the license reads "Armored Car Security Officer" and in most other States a similar license is required. Also in Utah it is a different class of license than "Armed Security Guard" and "Un-Armed Security Guard". But either way, it's just a title.

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