Badge Identifies Your Concealed Weapon

A company wants you to buy its "Armed Civilan Identifier" badge, which tells law enforement you are carrying a conealed weapon.

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jquintana - 1/27/2013 9:47 AM
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After the last tragic school shooting I ordered a concealed weapons badge. I am former law enforcement and used to frown on the idea. But I also know that if I ever had to use my firearm the badge would cause another armed citizen from firing on me. That reason alone is good enough for me. These are challenging times.

CCID Info - 5/18/2011 10:17 AM
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To SlimJim: You are being reactive not informed. Thank you Officer Hill for your level headed assessment. To John1: This is a carefully thought out idea, in the making for a long time to prevent a deadly situation. You should inform yourself before throwing stones. To learn see www.armed-civilian-id.com, Esp.Home, Situation Examples and Guidance for Customes and Users.

chaszman - 5/18/2011 7:42 AM
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It’s a good idea. It allows a concealed carrier a “way out” when they find themselves in a bad situation with police. “Keep the ACI™ concealed, but handy, until you deem it prudent to reveal yourself”, the site says (http://armed-civilian-id.com/). It's an unmistakable signal that does not look like any sort of official badge, so does not represent any "good" "bad" "legal" or "authorized" status. It should keep you from getting shot, as showing your gun might do.

John1 - 5/17/2011 3:16 PM
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What a stupid idea. There's always some idiots like this company trying to make a buck no matter what the consequences.

slimjim - 5/17/2011 7:34 AM
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What part of CONCEALED do they not understand? Maybe the same part they don't understand of ILLEGAL? GEEZ!
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