I see they have a metal badge you can carry for a C.P.L. license. what do you guys think of this whats your thoughts on this ???
what is a C.P.L? Is it a concealed carry license?
cpl= concealed pistol license
I think it is someone trying to feel special about owning a gun and having a permit...People who buy these items are the people that open carry to show off their shiny gun in public and purposely leave the gun in view of cops so they can pull it out and feel privileged. I think they are gay and childish. But nothing against you of course. Just answering the question.
correct me if i am wrong. but isn't the statement "CCW Badge" an oxymoron?
con·ceal (kən sēl′)
1. to put out of sight; hide
2. to keep from another's knowledge; keep secret
you would think so huh?
In this swamp the LEO look unkindly on anyone that wears a badge and it is not a valid government agency issue. The ccw badge is fine in your wallet and out of sight. Pin it to your vest and impersonating an officer charge is very likely. The law does not prevent you from wearing a ccw badge or a star Trek badge for that matter, but common sense does.
Star Trek? Hahaha I want one!
you just wanna get closer to george takai aka gay zulu
A nice shiny badge would make a nice target
I want to be invisible when armed (plus its illegal to actually have your gun with you in NY)
and I spend almost all of my time out of the house interacting with LEO's in some shape of form.
I see it as being pretty much the same as walking around with a first responder hat on and your not one.
the purpose of those shiny badges is:if you do shoot someone,when the cop arrives,you are standing there waving your shiny badge,so the cop does not shoot your ass,i don't know if that shiny badge is going to help you or not,but i do know that once you shoot,you better be prepared to have a police officer draw down on you when he shows up,and you better NOT be holding a gun in your hand.
Big hat, no cattle. I sure hope if you have a carry license that you humble yourself and pray each day you don't have to use it. (Don't get me wrong; I carry, I know how to shoot and I have shot before. I just hope I don't ever have to again). Hope everyone is careful and safe.
Is the way I always heard it.
I reckon it gets the point across either way.
I am sure you are correct. Although born in Texas, I was raised in another state. Only been back the last 15+. But you are correct about getting the point across. Thanks for letting me know the correct expression.