This Business Owner REQUIRES Workers to Carry Concealed .410 “The Judge” Pistol

the_judge_pistolBy Mac Slavo

While many of the establishment institutions are busy jumping on the gun control bandwagon to meet the 2nd Amendment with a concerted (and deeply misplaced) shame campaign, and Obama readies even more executive orders to infringe as much as possible, real Americans are expanding their self-defense measures and training up.

After a string of violent crimes aimed at businesses in the Atlanta area, one business owner is fighting back by preparing his staff to defend themselves and discourage attempted robberies and assaults.

Lance Toland owns an aviation insurance company, and is requiring all of his employees – including women – to complete certification for a concealed carry permit and to bear arms at the workplace.

WSB-TV reports:

He says it is one of the most effective self-defense weapons and all his aviation insurance agencies carry them openly in the office.

Everybody has one of these in their drawer or on their person. I would not want to come into one of my facilities,” Toland said. “It’s a 5 shot .410, just like a shotgun and you call it hand cannon.”

Toland said after hearing about recent home invasions and violent crime in the metro Atlanta area, he came up with the new office mandate.

“They all had their conceal carry permit within 3 to 4 weeks of me announcing that this was something you had to do,” he said. “With the presentation of their license, they all got a 4/10 judge pistol.”

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Toland claims that 100% of his employees embraced the company’s new requirement. Many had already embraced CCW, and the others expressed no problem with going through training:

Will other business owners follow suit and not just honor the rights of their employees to carry, but mandate it and recognize the positive role that guns have played in stopping crimes all across the country?

Whatever else you want to say about the politics of gun control, Americans across the country have demonstrated in every way that they are in support of their inalienable right to keep and bear arms, and not with an unconstitutional president pursuing an anti-American agenda.

The American people are NOT going to lay down while their rights are trampled upon; to the contrary, they are prepared to defend themselves in every conceivable scenario.

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8 Comments on "This Business Owner REQUIRES Workers to Carry Concealed .410 “The Judge” Pistol"

  1. Yeahhh Baby….!!!!

  2. … an excellent idea. ( To the author: the Judge is a “revolver”,… semi-automatic handguns are “pistols”.)

  3. Illini Warrior | February 27, 2016 at 7:22 am | Reply

    Sorry but the US Constitution cuts both ways – it’s ALL about freedom of choice and liberty of thought & will …. an employer shouldn’t have any more right to demand an employee arm themselves than employers that disarm employees at the front door ….

  4. I guess that means no excel ons can be hired at that job

  5. OB has been after everyone’s guns since his first day in office. He said, he likes what Australia did, confiscate everyone’s firearm. Wake up, America!

  6. Interesting, I started out the same way as you — ducking hunting — although with an old double barrel 12 gauge I inherited. I remember a couple of my buddies with .410 shotguns, but damn, I didn’t know that they came in pistols too. It does sound like a good office gun — unless some comes in with a 45. 😉

    • I don’t know, if “the Judge” responds first within 20 yards, the .45 owner may have trouble. A 12 gauge DB for a kid might be too much. The one I used as an adult kicked like a mule. The old M1 bolt action .30-06 my dad brought back from Burma also kicked like a mule.

      • Yeah, that old, light double barrel kicked terribly and was too much gun for the first couple years of duck hunting. I got it when I was 8-9, as part of family hand-me-down tradition. Believe it or not the left barrel completely blew out just past my right eye when I was shooting trap in high school. It now hangs over the fireplace mantle at my dad’s cabin.

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