I was coming back home from doing some grocery shopping on Saturday night (I know, exciting life I live). I managed to run a red light and of course the one time this happens there is a cop sitting right there. I knew I was getting stopped before the cop did So I get blue lighted and I pull over into a very well lit parking lot. I chose this instead of the nearer driveway that wasn't very well lit at all. I wanted him to be able to see every move I made....I don't like having guns pointed at me. After I pulled over the only movement I made was to turn my interior lights on. After that I left my hands on the wheel and didn't move them. When the officer approached he asked me for my paperwork. Keeping with Michigan law I very calmly stated, "I'll be happy to grab that. But I do need to make you aware that I have a CPL and I am carrying." This was the point where I was pretty scared. I really, really don't like having guns pointed at me and I didn't want to do anything to put myself in that situation. The cop was very calm and polite, however right after I said that his hand did move to his gun. He asked where I was carrying and I informed him my right hip. He asked where my wallet was and I informed him right back pocket. He was completely professional and told me to reach slowly for my wallet and simply kept his flashlight on my hand. He collected my paperwork including my CPL and did his thing. I thought for sure he would have asked to hold my gun while we talked but he did not. He gave me my ticket (I earned it, I accept that) and thanked me for letting him know so soon about my CPL. We chatted for a minute about the dumb stuff people do when they get pulled over while carrying. Of course the whole time he had his hand on his gun, which I don't blame him for. Very smooth and professional. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!