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CCW - Traffic Stop - How to respond

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If you're pulled over when carrying legally in that state, of course, here are some tips from a police officer.

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Skibum4106
Skibum4106 1 month ago

My gosh this is buffering so badly .. Is it very high quality or what ?

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Grayghost8179
Grayghost8179 2 months ago

Only volunteer that information if your state requires it.

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Babbalou1956
Babbalou1956 3 months ago

A guy was pulled over & he told the cop he had a CCL & was carrying. When he reached for his wallet the cop shot him because he thought he was reaching for his gun. Dead. I believe this was last year & his girlfriend was a witness. When you tell a cop "I have a gun" how will they interpret that? "Back off or I'll shoot?" I'm not required to mention my CCL in my state & my instructor said don't mention it unless you're asked. It's no more relevant than saying "Officer I think you should know that I just ate a Big Mac & I shop at Sears." Has nothing to do with why you're pulled over.

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Skibum4106
Skibum4106 1 month ago

Yes that Cop was an idiot as many Cops are .

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rmlowhorn
rmlowhorn 5 months ago

A traffic stop is a very dangerous interaction , listen and respond accordingly to make a happy ending a Harm's Way interaction is a life-and-death situation that can go south but sheer suspicion

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GunsBeUs
GunsBeUs 6 months ago

Unless being pulled over for a gun-related violation (e.g. you just shot up your ex'es house), WHY would you even mention you were carrying? If you're in a state that requires notification, turn it over...otherwise STFU!

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