Former Cop Reveals Why He May Not Renew His CCW License, And You May Not Want To Either [Video]

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It’s generally accepted within the ranks of legal gun owners that a concealed carry weapons (CCW) permit / license is a good idea. After all, if you can carry concealed, doesn’t that mean that you are much more likely to be able to have your firearm on your person in the unfortunate case that you need it?

And that is a good thing, no doubt. Having your firearm when you need it is simply one of the best ways to ward off criminals, especially would-be violent criminals. No one wants to be harmed, not even criminals, so if you can shoot them, they are less likely to want to attack you. They’ll just look for an easier target.

However, there is a downside to having a CCW permit, one that is rarely talked about. This downside is, frankly, caused by training of certain individuals which has to run through the hands of anti-gunners and their idiot assumption that all gun owners are would-be criminals. And this downside can cause very real problems for you from exactly the people who shouldn’t be giving you those problem.

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A former law enforcement officer, Abner Miranda, explains why he is considering not renewing his CCW permit. You can watch it below.

Now, Miranda had to dress down a newbie cop and the dispatcher for his department because they both jumped to the crazy conclusion that a legal gun owner is dangerous because they are a legal gun owner, but what are you and I going to be able to do to have a chance to reduce that tension coming from law enforcement? Answer: there is nothing that we can do except endure it.

But we shouldn’t have to. Remember, a CCW permit holder is the gun owner that actually abides by the law, that actually tells law enforcement that, yes, they have a firearm. A CCW permit holder should be the one that law enforcement feels safest with because they already know the deal with that person, and that person’s deal is that they are following the rules.

But when newer law enforcement officers jump to panic mode because they come across a CCW permit holder, this increases the tension of the entire situation with the presumption of the CCW permit holder’s guilt.

Now, in some states, you don’t have the option of not being able to register your firearm, but if you live in a state in which you don’t have to do that, you may want to think twice before getting or renewing your CCW permit. After all, you don’t want to be out there with a target on your back because law enforcement is scared of you.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. I was thinking of leaving a comment, but all the legal carriers know their stuff anyway. The politicians don’t know it and don’t want to know it. They want it to look like they are doing something and earning the high wages they are getting for sitting on their brains all day.

  2. Democrats/FAKE NEWS have make young people/cops STUPID in regard to ‘guns’!
    Cops should consider armed ‘good guys’ to be their backup in bad situations and at the ballot box !!!
    In a way, cops have created their own bad reputation by making for no friends… following bad orders from superiors/judges/politicians…

  3. Duh. Look back to the various countries Revolutions AGAINST the Soviet Union. What did the commies do – seized all the records of registered gun owners.
    Then seized the guns and/or killed the owners.
    Don’t think it can happen here ??!! Think again. PS- the most horrendous examples were in Hungary and Czechoslovakia.

  4. I totally agree with the man. I spent the better part of 4 decades as a Texas peace officer – – 7 years on one of the largest Texas police departments (Dallas PD) and about 13 years on one of the smallest (Spur, Texas PD). 3 years as a County Sheriff and the rest as a county deputy and jailor. I had relatively intimate relationships with all levels of government to include Municipal, County, State, and Federal. I learned over the years that government exists only to perpetuate government. I heard from agents at all level that they were not required to answer to the people because they were state or federal employees. I was told once by a staff member of the Texas Attorney General’s office that I was a sheriff of a small county, I represented very few people with very little money and that the folks in Austin didn’t really care about us. I heard from more than just a few federal prisoners – – who were mostly sitting out prison time for conspiracy to commit – – fill in the blank – – that BATF, IRS, FBI, and DEA agents – – and their attorneys – – had told them that, “We work for the government, we can do anything we want to you, and there’s nothing you can do about it.”
    Now, If that’s the way you believe your government should be treating you and your fellow citizens – – have another beer, knock off another piece of your old lady’s ass, and have sweet dreams but do not come crying to us when the SHTF.
    Woody W Woodward [W3]

  5. The main reason I would never ever get a ccw permit is be cause that information is just sitting there waiting for some ATF or other government agency to come along and demand it, and you can bet you last dollar that it will be given to them even if they don’t have a warrant, if you don’t think so just look at what the do with the phone companies. Don’t make yourself a target.

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