Episode 2 – 3 Things Gun Owners Do That LEOs Hate

There are just some things that we hear in the profession of law enforcement that make us cringe. Listen in and don’t make these mistakes.

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4 Responses to Episode 2 – 3 Things Gun Owners Do That LEOs Hate

  1. Rick Gabler September 22, 2020 at 1:05 pm #

    I felt like you guys went on too long on the open carry issue. We get it. When I listen to theses podcasts I don’t have a lot of time to sit around and listen to old stories. I think a lot of your listeners would like it if you got to the other points quicker.

    I was very interested to hear the 3-3 things you don’t do to upset LEO’s. I’m a new gun owner with my C&C license here in Minnesota. I’m trying to learn about the do’s and dont’s of many gun topics. Please, in the future get to each point, maybe a quick story to each point that would give some perspective to the point your making. Thanks for your time

    • Bryan Eastridge November 23, 2020 at 11:11 am #

      Thanks for the feedback. The only thing more windy than two cops in the same room….three cops.

  2. Mark September 22, 2020 at 6:56 pm #

    Nice info 🙂

    “Socially Unacceptable” is another way of saying the same thing as “Socially unpalatable”, .used that years ago.

    As a Search and Rescue volunteer for many years, some time ago, I definitely agree on not teaching kids to be afraid of LEOs – If your kid gets lost, who would you rather your kid be found by, LEOs or some random person? (The safe word idea is a GOOD idea, too, anything that helps get your child rescued is good!)

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