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This is a discussion on conceal carry badge? within the Related Gear & Equipment forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; i don't know if any of you are from missouri but on the conceal carry badge is that not asking for trouble from the police ...
i don't know if any of you are from missouri but on the conceal carry badge is that not asking for trouble from the police if you have to hand your ccw lic. to them and they see it? just wondering?
just testing the water on this to see if anyone has one and have had any trouble with the conceal carry badge? thanks
If worn openly, wearing a "badge" like device risks people thinking one is acting in some sort of official capacity (though I don't know of any specific instances of charges of this). It also blows one's "cover" of concealment.
If asked for identification, producing it works just as well from within a wallet, without the downside problems/risks.
Twebb: What benefits do you see in carrying a "badge" to identify your carrying status?
I prefer the sash.
If it's too windy the t-shirt is my preferred method:
On hot sunny days I need my hat:
At night I like the beam:
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i don't i was just wondering how others feel? thank you
Badges are awesome. You should get six.
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