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    lol, thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    Then do that. The first time you sit on the side of the road while the cop calls in your serial number, waits for a response, disassembles your weapon and tells you he's going to leave your ammunition down the street and you can go get it after he's gone, Then you tell us how much quicker it worked out for you
    Maybe....or maybe I'll pass you while you're sitting on the side of the road waiting and waiting because the LEO has interpreted your curt, one-word answers and refusal to make eye contact as a reason for him to investigate further.

    Think about asking a bunch of kids "Who got into the cookies without asking??". It's the kid who's looking away not saying anything that's going to draw your attention, isn't it? Same for adults.

    Act like prey and you become prey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B2Tall View Post
    Act like prey and you become prey.
    Act like a sheep you get shorn
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    Then do that. The first time you sit on the side of the road while the cop calls in your serial number, waits for a response, disassembles your weapon and tells you he's going to leave your ammunition down the street and you can go get it after he's gone, Then you tell us how much quicker it worked out for you
    So Treo, this happened to you? Or to someone you know personally? I'd really like to hear more about this type of LEO activity, but only from the horse.

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Dude View Post
    So Treo, this happened to you? Or to someone you know personally? I'd really like to hear more about this type of LEO activity, but only from the horse.

    Thanks in advance.
    Has it happened specifically to me? No. The only thing that ever happned to me was the cop tried to tell me I was legally required to tell him I was armed and had broken a law by not doing so.

    Every one of the other examples has come from posts on this forum or Gunrightsmedia.com Oleg Volk's new forum.

    Handcuffed, disarmed for obeying the law - GunRightsMedia

    pulled over with my gun condition 1 omg!!! - THR

    Encounter with Arkansas State Police - THR
    See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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    I've asked a number of people I know who carry. The worst thing that any one of them could come up with was that on a couple of occasions the LEO asked them to step out of the car while leaving the gun inside. No arrests, no hours by the road while the officer did a trace on their entire life, etc.

    I know that there are some people who've been wronged by cops but it's been my experience that most "face-plant" victims tend to leave out important details when they tell their story of police brutality to others.

    "I didn't do anything wrong! This pig asked me to step out of the car and when I did he threw me to the ground, cuffed me, and arrested me!"

    Sure he did, Bubba. Are you forgetting to tell us that you had a BAC of .15 and that you shoved the officer when he told you that you were under arrest?? Funny how you didn't mention that.......

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    B2Tall:
    What a hoot! Are you a professional propagandist or do you do it for charity? Please respond with no less than three sentences supporting the U.S. Constitution without referring to a single "Bill of Rights."

  9. If an individual is pulled over for a traffic stop, the presence of a legally carried firearm is not probable cause for the officer to run the serial number.

    Arizona v. Hicks (Supreme Court of the US, 1987)
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    Quote Originally Posted by antietam View Post
    B2Tall:
    What a hoot! Are you a professional propagandist or do you do it for charity? Please respond with no less than three sentences supporting the U.S. Constitution without referring to a single "Bill of Rights."
    Well "Anti", in spite of your best efforts, this thread has NOTHING to do with the U.S. Constitution! I know that you're trying desperately to rally people to your point of view by running around like a Constitutional Chicken-Little but in the end it's not about the document in Washington that I support far more than you seem to believe. This thread is about individual choices in a pre-defined situation and nothing more. Meanwhile you're rambling on about Stalinism and people ratting each other out. Huh?? Get a grip. Nobody here is advocating ripping up the Constitution or anything close to that. You're acting like one of those annoying politicians who feels the need to bring up "the children" in order to garner support for a cause that has nothing to do with children in particular ("what will we leave for OUR CHILDREN!" " How will THE CHILDREN deal with this..." blah blah blah). You're just using "The Constitution" instead.

    Give it a rest and think about directing your energies towards the flaming liberal socialists in Washington.

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    I am in NYS. I do not think I am required, never heard that before. But I have emailed several friends on the job for their opinion. I agree not to invite some rookie to strip search you.

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