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Clip-On Leather Badge Holder?

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bigdoggg

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I dont know where to put this thread but dose anyone up here know where I can get a Clip-On Leather Badge Holder for a Galls In-Stock Firefighter Badge. Galls dose not sell one that fits the badge.
The badge measures 2-3/4" x 1-3/4" and has a pin back.

The item number to the badge is BC354

Thanks for any help yall can give.
BigDoggg
 

dangitdoug

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Ask the company that makes the badge.

You can also try Quartemaster or your local uniform and supply shop.
 

car2back

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Check with your local police supply as well, they might have something, or could order it for you.
 

CVPI4Ever

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Do not post an image of the exact badge if you dont want to but could you post a replica picture?
 

z96cobra

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I got one at Galls back in the late 90's that fits my EMS badge. Is their holder too big or too small? Bought both at Galls.

Roger
 

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LOL@EMS badge. What a silly concept. :lol:

Never seen a real medical professional wearing a badge. Never needed a badge to get my job done.
 

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af5rn said:
LOL@EMS badge. What a silly concept. :lol:

Never seen a real medical professional wearing a badge. Never needed a badge to get my job done.
EMSA in Tulsa & OKC wear badges (albeit small ones), I think they look very professional. Especially compared to the ugly, unkempt 1980's style jumpsuits still worn by a few services around here.
 

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car2back said:
EMSA in Tulsa & OKC wear badges (albeit small ones), I think they look very professional.
Sure they look "professional". Problem is, they look like the wrong profession. Again, I know of no medical profession on earth that wears badges. Why should ambulance drivers wear them? What about wrecker drivers and taxi drivers? Should they wear them too so they can look "professional"?
 

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I guess rescue squads wear them because they're part of the uniform kinda like a fireman's
uniform. All of the ones around here wear them.
 

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all FD, PD and EMS organizations are of paramilitary background, hence the uniform, yes they look good and everything, but i really dont know anyone that uses them. For class A uniforms i see them, but its just not very practical outside of a Class A
 
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