"I weighed my options:
Step out of my car, load my pistol (pursuant to the law), hope someone does not see this and run
screaming to the police or have the police see, and potentially have them draw their weapons, or
take it as brandishing a firearm. Leave my pistol in the car, and potentially have to deal with the
police. Or remove my keys from the ignition, load my pistol, holster it and immediately exit the
vehicle (knowingly breaking the law for all of 2 seconds). I opted for the latter, feeling it was my
best option given my circumstances.
A Sergeant approached me, asking if I was doing that Open Carry thing and would I mind if we talked for a moment about it. I said that was fine, and he asked for my ID, which I provided."
This individual was charged with carrying in a vehicle, had the numbers run on his gun, had it confiscated and now must defend himself or take a conviction. There but for chance go you - are you going to tolerate this abuse? I don't think you will!