Nice setup; Some of the public service agencies should be looking at your pics to improve their installs.okccsi said:I own a security agency that operates mainly on the northwest side of OKC. Housing additions, apartment complexes, and some other stuff. OKC CSI
I too thought the same thing. Different strokes for different folks though.vawildbill said:Nice install, but I would really consider scraping the Glock sticker from the back window. From a liability and professional viewpoint it does nothing to help your image.
K9WSS said:Nice setup; Some of the public service agencies should be looking at your pics to improve their installs.
Do you have a seperate power switch to operate / kill 12VDC to the radios & emergency lighting equipment?
You can never have "too many" pictures; Everyone enjoys viewing them I'm certain as much as you do taking them and posting on this forum.
but i second Bill's comments. get rid of the Glock sticker.vawildbill said:Nice install, but I would really consider scraping the Glock sticker from the back window. From a liability and professional viewpoint it does nothing to help your image.
I don't think it's got anything at all to do with that.intrepid97 said:Why does he have to get rid of the sticker? Are you guys the "Sticker Cops" ??? lol
CommShrek said:I don't think it's got anything at all to do with that.
1: It's not very professional looking.
2: It's advertising to the criminal element "Gun Inside, break glass here"
3: God forbid he's an armed security person and he ever gets into a shoot. That Glock sticker sure isn't going to help him any in court.
4: Very unprofessional. Oh yeah, I said that already.
I'm not here for the big argument security man. By unprofessional, I wasn't talking about the application of your sticker. The sticker in and of itself looks just fine.okccsi said:1: It does look professional. Very straight, not crooked at all. Plus, there are no air bubbles or bumps underneath it. I did a good job I think.
2: The only time the gun is inside is while I am driving it. So, if said criminal wants to break into while I am driving, so be it. I don't leave my guns in the car for people to steal and go commit crimes with.
3: I forgot, brand recognition or favortism nails you in court everytime. What will the court systems say about my tattoo that say's "Protecting so that others may live in peace"? Or what will they say about the Glock hat on my back seat? Or the Glock Perfection polo hanging up in the car? While were at it, will they have a problem with the Glock I carry?
4: Don't ever look in my office then.
flyingwolf said:I think what they are refering to okccsi.
Is that if you ever do have to shoot some one in your line of duty, then the police and media are going to be al lover the fact that your a "gun lover" or as they wil probably say "a gun toting liberal'.
In other words, it can make you seem a bit more predestined to fire your weapon then say someone who doesnt have what sounds to a crush on glocks.
Once again, I can understand that point. Let me explain why I don't care.vawildbill said:I am sorry you took the post suggesting you take the sticker off the wrong way. It was in no way intended to be a a shot against you. Just something to think about. If you were to be involved in an incident where you used force against anyone justified or not, you will more than likely be sued in civil court. The lawyers will use anything they can to make you look like a gun loving manic who was just ready to come unhinged. Also take into account that most juries are not filled the brightest people around either. I am also licensed to carry, and would never wear anything with with a gun company logo or organization on it when doing so. I sure am not going to do anything to make a lawyers job easier. I guess with me it come down to CYA.