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P R I M A R Y  G U A R D




Primary Guard

Whether it is an officer/deputy losing the firearm in a struggle, and it being discharged into a crowded cafe' downtown, or it is the unintended (fatal) discharge of the firearm when intending to deploy the CED, officer safety and public safety are inseparable pillars to building public trust. As the number of unintended (preventable) CED related incidents continue to rise across the country, agencies are protecting the public trust with a simple yet powerful principle; keep the TASER / CED out of the gun-hand.


is a choice.

Our Mission:

To support agencies (and to support individual officers/deputies) that choose straight-draw support-hand CED control to save lives. Together, we endeavor to change the culture of gun-hand CED control within law enforcement, in the pursuit to reduce unintended gun-related deaths.

An Innovative Approach To Public Safety (please read):

Primary Guard is similar in theory to a firearm retention holster, wherein, firearm retention holsters introduce controlled risk (retention levels,) in order to protect against the greater risk with Firearm Retention. Primary Guard introduces controlled risk by limiting gun-hand use of the CED, in order to protect against the greater risk with Firearm Retention, Weapon Transition and reducing Weapon Confusion i.e., 2021 Minnesota / Daunte Wright (see videos,) these are conditions that are adverse when the CED is held in the gun-hand. Primary Guard can be bypassed in an exigent circumstance, otherwise, it remains always secured to the CED (safeguarding against the practice of "switching hands") wherein, the CED is unholstered with the support-hand, and then (non-consciously) switched back to the gun-hand to be deployed. What is the risk with using Primary Guard? The real question is, what is the risk with not Primary Guard?

Do not underestimate the risk of gun-hand CED control.

Protecting the public trust with a simple yet powerful principle; keep the TASER / CED out of the gun-hand.

Visit the Primary Guard FAQ page click here.

Limit Gun-Hand CED Control / Firearm Retention "Switching Hands"

Limit Gun-Hand CED Control / Weapon Transition "CED Cross-Draw"

Jeff Reisig
Yolo County DA

Jeff Reisig

District Attorney - Yolo County (Ca.)

President - District Attorneys Assoc. (Ca.)

"Now that a device like this exists, the question that prosecutors will be compelled to ask in future incidents like that of Minnesota, is why did the agency not have Primary Guard?"

Limit Gun-Hand CED Control / Weapon Confusion "Switching Hands"

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