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Old 03-01-2013, 04:03 PM
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I do. On me and one in the truck.
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Old 03-01-2013, 06:03 PM
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i'm gonna get an automatic aiming gatlin gun put on the rops of my mower. if anyone come into the yard while i'm working they are gonna get blown to pieces.
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Old 03-01-2013, 09:47 PM
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i'm gonna get an automatic aiming gatlin gun put on the rops of my mower. if anyone come into the yard while i'm working they are gonna get blown to pieces.
That literally made me LOL. LOL!
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Old 03-02-2013, 07:38 AM
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The comment was made that when a cop pulls you over just pull your gun out and have it laying somewhere when he comes up to the vehicle....WRONG. DO NOT DO THIS. When you are pulled over, an officer is watching your movements at all times, it is part of the training. If you are moving around, reaching, etc. and then he notices it is a gun, you will have a gun pointing at you, I promise you. Correct procedure: You have a gun concealed and are pulled over, put both hands on the steering wheel and tell the officer you have a gun in the vehicle. where it is located and that you have a concealed carry permit (hopefully you do, or you may go to jail). The officer will most likely ask you to step out of the vehicle and should pat you down. He could make you stay in the vehicle and obtain the gun and run it to make sure you are legit. The worst thing you can do is to pull it out before the officer gets to your vehicle because if he is doing what he should be, he will notice and you may not like what happens.

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Old 03-02-2013, 08:36 AM
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The comment was made that when a cop pulls you over just pull your gun out and have it laying somewhere when he comes up to the vehicle....WRONG. DO NOT DO THIS. When you are pulled over, an officer is watching your movements at all times, it is part of the training. If you are moving around, reaching, etc. and then he notices it is a gun, you will have a gun pointing at you, I promise you. Correct procedure: You have a gun concealed and are pulled over, put both hands on the steering wheel and tell the officer you have a gun in the vehicle. where it is located and that you have a concealed carry permit (hopefully you do, or you may go to jail). The officer will most likely ask you to step out of the vehicle and should pat you down. He could make you stay in the vehicle and obtain the gun and run it to make sure you are legit. The worst thing you can do is to pull it out before the officer gets to your vehicle because if he is doing what he should be, he will notice and you may not like what happens.
+1 except that in Missouri at least you can conceal a gun in your vehicle with or without a permit. You can even conceal it on your person in the car. You can't legally step out of the car with the weapon concealed though. Unless of course you have a CCW.

Yeah, fishing around and pulling out a gun as a cop approaches your vehicle is a good way to get dead.
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Old 03-02-2013, 09:40 AM
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The comment was made that when a cop pulls you over just pull your gun out and have it laying somewhere when he comes up to the vehicle....WRONG. DO NOT DO THIS. When you are pulled over, an officer is watching your movements at all times, it is part of the training. If you are moving around, reaching, etc. and then he notices it is a gun, you will have a gun pointing at you, I promise you. Correct procedure: You have a gun concealed and are pulled over, put both hands on the steering wheel and tell the officer you have a gun in the vehicle. where it is located and that you have a concealed carry permit (hopefully you do, or you may go to jail). The officer will most likely ask you to step out of the vehicle and should pat you down. He could make you stay in the vehicle and obtain the gun and run it to make sure you are legit. The worst thing you can do is to pull it out before the officer gets to your vehicle because if he is doing what he should be, he will notice and you may not like what happens.
One of my best friends is a cop and I asked him what I should do. He said there is no use making a cop nervous. Dont say anything and keep your weapon concealed. Only when asked if you have a weapon on you or in the vehicle would you first say I have a permit then whether the weapon is on you or in the vehicle.
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:08 AM
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GMLC..that could be one way to handle it, but don't agree with it myself. When an officer checks a drivers license, it will show whether that individual has a ccdw permit. I would always ask them afterwards, if they had a weapon in the vehicle just so I knew, in case things got silly because they received a ticket or whatever. Also, if someone has a gun that becomes apparent later in the stop (in the glove box when the individual is getting paperwork, etc.), can make things interesting. But, it depends on how you look at the situation.
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:15 AM
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GMLC..that could be one way to handle it, but don't agree with it myself. When an officer checks a drivers license, it will show whether that individual has a ccdw permit. I would always ask them afterwards, if they had a weapon in the vehicle just so I knew, in case things got silly because they received a ticket or whatever. Also, if someone has a gun that becomes apparent later in the stop (in the glove box when the individual is getting paperwork, etc.), can make things interesting. But, it depends on how you look at the situation.
Good points, especially the glove box. I was told, at least here in NH, there is no way for the officer to know we have a ccw permit by our license?
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Old 03-02-2013, 11:32 AM
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Do not need one. If you can carry yourself with a swagger that say's COME GET SOME *********, you don't need one either.

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Old 03-02-2013, 12:05 PM
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i carry my wallet in my front left pocket. i'm always afraid while i'm digging to get it out, since my license and insurance card is in there, that a cop is gonna think i'm reaching around for a gun or something.
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