MADxBRAPPER wrote:Hi and welcome to the forum. My local gun store owner didn't know squat about OC'ing. I had to educate him. I wouldn't listen to him/her.I would love to contribute to the cause but after a discussion with my local gun shop guy i am kind of leary. He said that if you attempt to UOC in Burbank the police will execute an inspection over and over and over again until you reach the city limit.Now this is under the assumptioni would be on the move which i wouldnt plan to be due to the ammount of planning i would have to do to make sure my route would not take me near any schools etc...I would stay in one place so i dont know what the laws are as to how many times they can inspect your weapon but he made it sound like it was boarder line harassment. I was in a rush so i couldnt sit there and hash it out with him and figured this would be the best place to ask and see if anyone has sucessfully UOC'ed in Burbank before and also if anyone had contact with BPD while UOC'ing and how it went. Any and all info would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.-MxB
I would expect that how many times they inspect would depend on how many calls they received. If it's the same cops doing it more than once, that would be harassment.
The best way to handle an inspection is to tell the LEO you delcine to answer any questions without legal advice and you don't consent to any unconstitutional searches. Then close your pie hole and don't resist them.
If you haven't OC'ed before, I would suggest you start by joining a group event then go out on your own after your feel comfortable.