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    wardntx
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  • wardntx
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    Originally posted by CAPTAIN KOOLAID View Post
    You know what say about Texas only steers and queers come from Texas. You don't look like a steer to me. lol i love that movie full melt jacket.
    Glad have you join the team.
    I'm from Texas as well. But I think I better pass on the introduction so I don't get mislabeled.

    However, I do have horns.

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  • harrystone
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    Welcome to this forum.Enjoy yourself here!

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    Originally posted by Longbow11 View Post
    that line was form "Officer and a Gentleman", but Im sure you already knew that.
    y'all are both right...Gunnery SGT Hartman says nearly the same line on Full Metal Jacket as well when talking to PVT Cowboy during the opening few minutes in the barracks.

    I am watching it right now...I mean...diligently staring at a broken camera monitor...

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    Originally posted by CAPTAIN KOOLAID View Post
    You know what say about Texas only steers and queers come from Texas. You don't look like a steer to me. lol i love that movie full melt jacket.
    Glad have you join the team.
    If you're gonna quote the movie, quote it right..


    PS...we Texans never tire when we hear these remarks from those of lesser states.


    Anyway...welcome Nicktx

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  • gixxer32404
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    oh ok copy

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  • txinvestigator
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  • txinvestigator
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    Originally posted by gixxer32404 View Post
    u and rat are conflicting.
    I don't know that RatPatrol was referring to the law, or to his observations in North Texas.

    Originally posted by RatPatrol
    In general for North Texas/DFW region:

    Guns nothing smaller than a 9 mm/.38

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    Originally posted by CAPTAIN KOOLAID View Post
    You know what say about Texas only steers and queers come from Texas. You don't look like a steer to me. lol i love that movie full melt jacket.
    Glad have you join the team.
    that line was form "Officer and a Gentleman", but Im sure you already knew that.

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  • gixxer32404
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  • gixxer32404
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    u and rat are conflicting.

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  • txinvestigator
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  • txinvestigator
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    Originally posted by RatPatrol View Post
    In general for North Texas/DFW region:

    Guns nothing smaller than a 9 mm/.38

    Average pay for Unarmed is 7.00-10.00, and Armed is 10.00-15.00
    I know I am a little late but; Texas does not limit to caliber the handgun a Security Officer can carry. An officer must be commissioned, and can carry a handgun of the type listed on his commission card.

    NSA=Non-semi automatic
    SA=Semi-auto and includes NSA.

    STG=shotgun- to carry a shotgun on duty, or have one accessible, the card must have the STG designation.

    Right now, rifles are not authorized.

    Officers must qualify with a .38 or larger, but can carry any.

    Arrest powers in Texas are the same as for any other person. There is no provision for special authority of Security Officers.

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  • Hank1
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    Hi Nick. There are some great people in this forum. Enjoy!

    Be Safe,

    Hank

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  • gixxer32404
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  • gixxer32404
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    ok thanks same as here exact our pay is lot lower Armed is $8.00

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  • RatPatrol
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  • RatPatrol
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    In general for North Texas/DFW region:

    Guns nothing smaller than a 9 mm/.38

    Average pay for Unarmed is 7.00-10.00, and Armed is 10.00-15.00

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  • gixxer32404
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  • gixxer32404
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    ???

    still don't see what firearm is allowed. and it seems confusing in general.

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  • inman
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    Originally posted by gixxer32404 View Post
    I was wanting info on Texas Security. What types of firearms are allowed? training hours? cost for license? what's the difference in commissioned and non-commissioned sec. officers? Arrest or detainment powers? typical pay for armed,unarmed? basically generic info.thanks

    Here is the info: http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/psb/

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  • gixxer32404
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  • gixxer32404
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    I was wanting info on Texas Security. What types of firearms are allowed? training hours? cost for license? what's the difference in commissioned and non-commissioned sec. officers? Arrest or detainment powers? typical pay for armed,unarmed? basically generic info.thanks

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