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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by D.B.Cooper, Jan 16, 2020.
Is blue label pricing for sworn officers only?
Volunteer firefighters, paramedics, security guards, any public safety personnel with proper identification.
Hopefully they do the one time Vet purchase again.
What's with this picture ID front and back on the Blue Label site?
Active duty military, Guard, Reserve, Honorably discharged retired military, US Gov LE, POLICE/FIRE/EMS (first responders) Corrections and authorized Security..
Sworn Law Enforcement officers, including Federal, State, County & City also includes retired L.E. officers with “retired” credentials (LE Department Picture ID front & back)
EMT’s, Fire Fighters, Volunteer Fire Fighters, and Paramedics (with Picture ID from department front & back)
Certifications alone are not authorized and do not qualify
Military personnel including Reservists and National Guard with I.D also includes retired Military with “retired” credentials
(Military picture ID front & back)
DD214/discharge papers do not qualify – If you cannot submit your ID please use our dealer locator to find a dealer in your area
Corrections Officers, including Parole and Probation Officers
(LE Department Picture ID front & back)
State Licensed Security Companies (Loomis, RAM, etc.) Also includes State Licensed Armed Security Officers Employed by State Licensed Security Companies
(with Employment Picture ID from company front & back) Certifications alone are not authorized and do not qualify
LE Academy Cadets with enrollment documentation from the Academy
GSSF Coupon Recipients should contact GSSF for more information
good question, must be something relatively new, as I only had to have certificate, dept. I.D before.
no front and back photo I.D
Each distributor plays by their own rules. They usually get in trouble when Glock audits them.
To verify you actually hold the position you say you do?
Sounds pretty reasonable. It's not saying the photo has to be on the front and back, just that the ID has a photo and both the front and back are examined.
Nobody looked at the back of my ID during a Blue Label purchase. I think it means information on both sides. My ID would pass that test. The front says I am a sworn LEO. What does the back have to say?
Worst case, sign up for GSSF.
Our records clerk and the chief’s secretary have police dept IDs but on it they say what they do and says nonsworn on it. They don’t qualify.
The shop I deal with always runs a photo copy of the front and back of my I.D. The front has a photo and identifies me as an officer. The back has verbiage to the effect of "This is to certify that the officer shown is a duly sworn officer with..... and it gives the agency name and address. Then it is signed by the Chief at the bottom.
Yea, last year Glock offered this to any honorably discharged veteran but only a limited time offer. Pretty cool...
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That link says sworn officers.
sworn officers, firefighters, EMT’s, etc etc
2018 I bought a G41 mos. Last year a G34 mos. Guess I got a thing for long slides.
Easiest way, as previous mentioned, join GSSF and blue label every year!