(Colorado) I was at the county sheriff's office yesterday waiting to get fingerprinted for my latest class-III item and overheard the clerk talking to someone who was being issued their first concealed carry permit. She told the individual that if they were to get pulled over for any reason and had a firearm in the vehicle, the state considered the vehicle to be an extension of self and that they should notify the officer that a firearm was present as soon as the officer approached the vehicle. Considering that I may have misheard, I stepped up to the window and asked the clerk if I had heard correctly. (CO does not legally require notifying the LEO of a firearm in the vehicle when approached). The clerk then repeated exactly what I thought I had heard. Fast-forward about 18 hours and I get the latest email from the National Association of Gun Rights suggesting that unless asked, you never divulge that there is a weapon in the vehicle in states where notification is not required by law. I'm merely passing along two distinctly differing views I've been given over the past 24 hours.