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This is a discussion on traffic stops within the CCW forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; Originally Posted by pennsy I think having a loaded rifle in your truck would violate game laws. you added the extra words...


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Old April 3rd, 2017, 01:13 PM   #91
 
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I think having a loaded rifle in your truck would violate game laws.
you added the extra words



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Old April 3rd, 2017, 01:15 PM   #92
 
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Fixed.
nope you guys broke it
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Living in CA and being a retired LEO, I am always armed. Whether to inform an officer I might have contact with while they are involved in an enforcement activity I take on a case by case bases; based primarily on the likely length of contact. Generally I would not inform becasue no matter how experienced an officer is, the dynamic immediately changes once LE knows you're armed, however it goes without saying that I will be most compliant contact/detainee the officer has experienced in a long time.
You're looking at it from a totally different perspective...being a former LEO.

I guess being from a "Duty to Inform" state that's how I was instructed.

As far as being compliant..I too would be the model of compliancy....I would say my first words to any officer would be "I have a permitted firearm with me in the vehicle...how would you like to proceed?" as I sat there with both hands on the steering wheel in plain view.
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you added the extra words
Sorry for assuming it loaded. Is it of much use otherwise?
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