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Old 02-25-2013, 21:09   #9
The Bofh
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I definitely agree with informing the officer, and keeping my hands in plain view at all times. The one time I've been pulled over while armed, I did the above, and was treated in a very respectful manner.

My concern is that after the incident in Ohio a few years back (for those who don't know what I am talking about, google "Daniel Harless police" ) that a lot more ccw'ers in states like mine (that you're NOT required to inform), will end up not saying anything, and bad situations result.
Driver carries less than $20 of remorse.

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