First time stopped whiile carrying, Positive!-Northern MI
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  1. Thumbs up First time stopped whiile carrying, Positive!-Northern MI

    So I picked up my girlfriend from work at 11:00pm to take the 3 hour drive up to the family cottage. At about 1:30am we stopped at a gas station right off the highway for a break. At the gas station a gentleman came up to me and started talking about the car I was driving(2009 Shelby GT-500). Well when we went to leave I got a little excited and spun the tires and quickly accelerated to the speed limit, even after being told not to by my girlfriend. Next thing I knew blue and red lights behind me and I knew I messed up, should of known better but driving a car like that its easy to mess up. Well I quickly pulled into a parking lot and turned on the overhead light, rolled down the window, shut the car off and put my hands on the steering wheel. He approached and was very polite and kind of had a joking friendly attitude, although I knew that could change. Immedently I told him I had a gun where it was and handed him my papers, liscence, and CPL.He asked what I was carrying (Glock 23 in a CrossBreed Supertuck) and a that point I figured he was pro carry. After a couple of moments he approached the car handing everything back and said drive safe and listen to your girlfriend(she will never let me forget it) I thanked him and he left. He got in his charger and pulled in front of me and turned around. When he got next to me I could here his engine rev as he stomped the gas, which I thought that was hilarious! Over all a great expirence!

  3. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2011
    Somewhere, Texas, United States
    Good story. Jealous about the car but still a good story. Does the heart good to hear the positive stuff too.

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    Apr 2011
    Pasco, Washington, United States
    Do as I say, not as I do. Glad it turned out ok.

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    Nov 2009
    Charleston, South Carolina, United States
    This time you got lucky. Next time, resist the urge to peel out from a stand still. LOL.... I am glad the officer cut you some slack. :)

  6. How about a picture of the car

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    Here ya go! it's completely stock, at least for now :). Also I am thrilled he cut me some slack on the way back home I plan on stopping at Jay's and seeing if they have a Glock 27 Gen 4 for me to take home. When I saw the lights I figured the Glock was going to be a no no.

  8. Sound like you did you the right things. Great ending.
    "When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men living together in society, they create for themselves in the course of time a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that justifies it."Frederic Bastia

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    Resist the urge to peel out. The money you save in tires, you can spend on ammunition. :)
    S&W M&P 45; Ruger GP100 .357 Magnum; Charter Arms .38 Undercover

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    Detroit 45 acp Guest
    Ford's Rock!!!!!!!!

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    Considering that the cop let him off without a ticket I won't hold it against him that he revved his engine ... in fact, I think the guy had a good sense of humor.

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