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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    We have had several members here that were more than inconvenienced by informing. I will not inform.
    I don't advocate for gun rights I advocate for people's rights.

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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    That's why we often lie.
    MOST of the time lying to the cops isn't illegal and you can bet the cop will lie to you without a seconds hesitation.
    Crusader's local #556 South Central Asia chapter

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    That's why we often lie.
    MOST of the time lying to the cops isn't illegal and you can bet the cop will lie to you without a seconds hesitation.
    ...right hand on Bible while saying, "So help me God", at that
    I see stupid people, they're everywhere, they don't even know they're stupid

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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    Cop was pissed off because the driver didn't immediately inform he was carrying, according to law, except the cop, babbling on and on from the get go, never gave the driver an opening in the conversation to inform the cop.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    Quote Originally Posted by RBELARDI View Post
    If I'm pulled over and asked if I'm carrying a gun, am I legally required to inform ??

    If so can someone post the law . .

    Rob
    Ask why you were pulled over and limit your responses to that reason. Do not answer any other questions.
    We the people love our country so let the government fear us.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    Why not answer, "What if I am?"
    I see stupid people, they're everywhere, they don't even know they're stupid

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    I'll bet that cop behaves decidedely different in various situations with different kinds of people. He found someone he could unload on and the guy keeps enabling it with his justification. The cop is a nut. I would play along with it with it like a Vulcan and get as much of that on tape as possible. The "victim" never once asks if he's being charged with anything. He reacts to the cop like a kid to his dad. The cop probably has some degree of psychological inquisitiveness even though he's a childish asshole and has chosen the victim that he knows that he can drag through the mud. Typical bully... protected by a badge....to a point.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    one of the updates from thier site:

    the officer was relieved on his duties...

    https://ohioccw.org/201107214955/cantonpd.html

    FINALLY: Today the concealed carry related charges against Barlett were dropped after the Prosecution rested its case and the defense made a motion to dismiss, or acquit, under Criminal Rule 29. This is being described to us as a conclusion that the state (or, Canton Prosecutor) didn't make a case beyond reasonable doubt. The judge agreed with that motion and Bartlett entered a guilty plea for being "stopped in the roadway", which consisted of a minor fine and court costs.
    Last edited by mountaineer1673; August 28th, 2017 at 11:13 PM.

  9. #19
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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    Quote Originally Posted by mountaineer1673 View Post
    one of the updates from thier site:

    the officer was relieved on his duties.
    good riddance, scumbags like him give good police a bad name. There is NO reason for someone who is supposed to be a trained professional to ever act like that. He should probably be in jail for HIS threats...

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Legal carrying a gun question

    Quote Originally Posted by RBELARDI View Post
    If so can someone post the law . .
    Notifying the police that you're carrying at a traffic law is covered by the same law that authorizes open carry.

    Such laws don't exist, so you'll not find them, no matter how much you peruse the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes.

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