This is a discussion on CCW Badges??? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; CCW badge = "good guy"?....says who. No one has challenged the statement that the badge would identify you as the "good guy". I know some ...
Yes. Keeps people from freaking out if my gun is exposed. I know I'm not a cop.
Maybe. I'll have to think about it some.
Not for me. I won't harrass you for having one though.
No. People who carry these are wanna be cops.
No. People who carry these are such posers and I regard them with contempt.
It's illegal in my state.
CCW badge = "good guy"?....says who. No one has challenged the statement that the badge would identify you as the "good guy". I know some "commando type" CCW s that aren't always "good guys". 8 hrs class, $75 and a background check certifies you as a "good guy"......spare me.
i knew you felt the same way already. i've read your other posts here and there. but sometimes reminders from all directions are a great kick in the butt, as repetitive as they might be. I've never regretted any well deserved kick in the butt I've been given. ...i wouldn't have it any other way. ... ... my butt's sore.Your right. Beginners gotta learn from somewhere. Might as well be here.
What's this button do?
Can't say I wouldn't buy one if the price was right, but I sure wouldn't wear it. More of just a novelty item I'd hang in the shop.
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I would not ever wear one, someone might think I worked for the Geek Squad.
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If loose gun laws are good for criminals why do criminals support gun control?
I vote no.....during our class they were selling them and almost everyone bought them.