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  1. #151
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    Here goes another rant...... feel free to disagree or even to take issue with it...

    I started to read this whole thread and.. just like all the other dumb ass "ccw badge" threads I just couldn't get past the 3rd page...

    Look.. it's really quite simple...

    If you want to try to impress people with how bad ass you are.. dress like Rambo in camo...

    If you want to try to impress people with how "just like the cops" you are... carry a ccw badge...

    But if y'all decide to dress like Rambo or to pretend to be a cop with a badge... just ignore all the people on the sidelines who are laughing their asses off at both the wannabe Rambo.. and the wannabe cop.. because it will hurt your poor widdo "feelings".

    Jumpin' Jeepers.... I can't believe people actually think carrying a gun makes them some kind of special "wet work operator" or "cop".... or anointed by God Himself to be a "sheepdog" entrusted to protect the "sheeple".

    Grow up people! You do NOT carry that gun to impress people or to pretend to be something you aren't....... you carry that gun for one purpose only... to save your ass from a bad guy. Stop trying to aggrandize that simple fact.

    Rant over..... please resume mentally masturbating the whole dumb ass idea of CCW badges.

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  3. #152
    Quote Originally Posted by eagleeyes View Post
    does anyone have the answer??
    does one need to show a concealed carry weapons permit to even purchase such a badge??

    i seen them at a gun show for sale but didn't bother asking about it so i don't know if anyone could just buy one? but now this topic is here and it got me wondering ......thanks to anyone has an answer in advance
    Since the badge has no authority or force of law backing it, I strongly doubt you would have to show anything other than your money to purchase one. Frankly, to me they are nothing more than a toy for children. Or maybe a target if someone was dumb enough to try to use one to apprehend a criminal.

  4. I too agree badges are not a good idea. State issued ccw card should be sufficient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleeyes View Post
    does anyone have the answer??
    does one need to show a concealed carry weapons permit to even purchase such a badge??

    i seen them at a gun show for sale but didn't bother asking about it so i don't know if anyone could just buy one? but now this topic is here and it got me wondering ......thanks to anyone has an answer in advance
    You can get them mail order form a catalog too I've never seen a requirement to prove you were anything more than a dumbass (buying the badge does that)
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    i for one wouldn't waste money on it unless i was required to have one rather than the permit the state gives which i applied for and that cost about 120 usd in florida plus postage for sending it return receipt certified mail
    another way to rob the tax payers by charging them for a permit the constitution already says we had permission to have in the first place
    gun control is being able to hit your target

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    Is a thread on ccw badges really going on for 4 years? without G50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexasGun View Post
    Any one carry one? I here that it could cause more trouble than it might solve. Any LEO's have an opinion?
    I volunteer as a reserve sheriff in my county. My advice to you, if you ever happen to find yourself in the aftermath of a justified shooting and you want the LEO's to pause and realize that you are not the threatening party, is to have your ID in your hand and your hands up when they arrive. If I see an actor place his firearm on the ground put his hands up with picture ID, I'm going to deal with him differently than someone else. You show me a badge, it better be one that was issued to you and not something you bought from the Sportsman's Guide or elsewhere.

    I find that people who carry those badges are trying to put on some sort of "airs" that they are someone that they are not. If you are a concealed carry permit holder in your state, except for a few states, you will have an ID card that says so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wyldekard View Post
    Since the badge has no authority or force of law backing it, I strongly doubt you would have to show anything other than your money to purchase one. Frankly, to me they are nothing more than a toy for children. Or maybe a target if someone was dumb enough to try to use one to apprehend a criminal.
    What he said... Sportsman guide sells them, nothing but your money is required to buy.....
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  10. I would much rather have my state issued cc license on a lanyard. Maybe one of those cool retractable ID clips!! Don't need no stinkin' badges :))

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    Perhaps someone will soon market "I have a concealed carry Permit" T shirts.

    There are many laws, but there is no legal limit to stupidity.

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