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    Question SC Road Check

    Do you need to show your driver license & gun permit when going through a road check or being pulled over by police if you are the passenger when carring concealed?

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    Question SC Road Check

    Do you need to show your driver license & gun permit when going through a road check or being pulled over by police if you are the passenger when carring concealed?

  4. Depends on state law. If they ask for your ID I would hand it over as well...if you're in a vehicle thats been pulled over as a passenger I'd advise the driver to say the following:

    "Officer, my friend here is a concealed permit holder, and is currently carrying a handgun, I wanted to let you know out of respect"

    The reason I say have you friend say it- is the officer will probably want to interact with the offender (assuming your friend/driver is in violation of traffic/registration)
    Quick to the gun, Sure of your grip. Quick to the threat, sure of your shot. - Chris Costa

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    I'm going to quote a section from page 46 of the "South Carolina Gun Law" book by the authors: Shaw, Kelley, and Moore:

    "If you are carrying a concealable weapon, concealed, under the CWP statute, you are only required to inform the officer that you have a a CWP if the officer asks you for your identification."

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    I'm going to quote a section from page 46 of the "South Carolina Gun Law" book by the authors: Shaw, Kelley, and Moore:

    "If you are carrying a concealable weapon, concealed, under the CWP statute, you are only required to inform the officer that you have a a CWP if the officer asks you for your identification."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbarton713 View Post
    I'm going to quote a section from page 46 of the "South Carolina Gun Law" book by the authors: Shaw, Kelley, and Moore:

    "If you are carrying a concealable weapon, concealed, under the CWP statute, you are only required to inform the officer that you have a a CWP if the officer asks you for your identification."
    Excellent book. I agree, that's what the book says.

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