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  1. #11
    I have seen these bages for sale, It looks to me like a bad idea... Cop wanabe stuff... The whole idea is just asking for trouble.. Not that I don't support the guys right to carry his bage if he wants to, but it is one potential headach I would prefer to avoid...
    Glad all survived....
    Keep your paws off my Carrots and my guns
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  3. #12
    I agree the guy did the right thing in shooting the dog, but what a tool for buying the concealed carry badge.

  4. #13
    If you are going to CC, why have a badge? You might as well open carry.

  5. #14
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    Watched the video. Saw the badge. Vomited in my mouth.

    Why didn't he put on that " http://www.usacarry.com/forums/conce...cw-banner.html " after he shot the dog so when the cops showed up they knew he had a permit...


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    I agree with ALL of you! If you noticed he had that badge on his belt, like he is "authorized" to carry that firearm under that shield. WRONG!! That is not a "Badge of Authority" and wearing it, is impersonating! Like the other poster said, if you CC why show it? If you open carry with it, then you are a nut! You are better off wearing your CCW lic. around your neck, since that is more legal than the toys r us badge.

  7. If they wanted you to carry a badge then the sheriffs dept should have them engraved with your permit information and present it to you at the CCW banner beauty pageant.

    I look at more than just a badge to determine if someone is a LEO. For instance if some stranger flashed a shiny badge and a nickel plated sissy pistol, I would know he is full of crap and call 911, time to get the real police involved.

    On the other hand, some guy jumping out of a marked squad car, carrying a gun 'while' wearing short shorts and rockin' an 80's mustache is most definitely the police.


  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Bill Kelso View Post
    If they wanted you to carry a badge then the sheriffs dept should have them engraved with your permit information and present it to you at the CCW banner beauty pageant.

    I look at more than just a badge to determine if someone is a LEO. For instance if some stranger flashed a shiny badge and a nickel plated sissy pistol, I would know he is full of crap and call 911, time to get the real police involved.

    On the other hand, some guy jumping out of a marked squad car, carrying a gun 'while' wearing short shorts and rockin' an 80's mustache is most definitely the police.

    How about a guy who jumps out of his crusier and runs to your car wearing his boxer shorts. holding his badge out in one hand and his pistol in the other.... True story.... He was an off duty cop in the neighborhood, we were the goofy trouble making teenagers, and let me tell you, he was Pissed!!!!!!!!!!
    Keep your paws off my Carrots and my guns
    My rules to live by Never trust a squirrel, never french kiss an ardvark and never bring Jumbo hotdogs to a nudist colony barbcue.

  9. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by ricardo900 View Post
    I agree with ALL of you! If you noticed he had that badge on his belt, like he is "authorized" to carry that firearm under that shield. WRONG!! That is not a "Badge of Authority" and wearing it, is impersonating! Like the other poster said, if you CC why show it? If you open carry with it, then you are a nut! You are better off wearing your CCW lic. around your neck, since that is more legal than the toys r us badge.
    That's why they invented those neck chain CCW badge holder thingies.

  10. I was listening to a talk show host this am and he stated that he has a badge that he has carried around his neck. The purpose is to pull it to the outside of his shirt in the aftermath of using his weapon in order to identify himself as a non perpetrator.

    I assume this would be after he has holstered or dropped his weapon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wild Bill Kelso View Post
    ....snipped for brevity....

    On the other hand, some guy jumping out of a marked squad car, carrying a gun 'while' wearing short shorts and rockin' an 80's mustache is most definitely the police.

    That's not "short shorts". For us Aussies, "short-shorts" means jersey ones that really hugs the butt. And we women really loves them.
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