Javelin Man wrote:In no way are we bashing or even questioning the OP, you did just fine and the LEO seemed comfortable with your actions. You did well.
We're questioning why the LEO didn't think you had the handgun in a safe place already.
wls wrote:My wife and I were in an accident turning into our complex, rear ended by a young driver. Sheriff and EMT were called, I reported to the first deputy to arrive that I was a CCW and carrying......no problem. Probably another 4 or 5 deputies arrived, must have been a real slow day, and I could hear the first deputy informing the others of my CC W status. I was never asked to remove the pistol and secure it........IMO, being asked to “secure” a weapon from an already “secure” place on your hip is an overreach.
I fully support LEO’s, tough job they have and now being targets frequently, but they need to realize CCW holders are not the enemy. Not sure I understand the LEO’s request.....
carmen fovozzo wrote:I'm not bashing here but.....to the OP...LOCK AND LOAD Dude.
M-Quigley wrote:carmen fovozzo wrote:I'm not bashing here but.....to the OP...LOCK AND LOAD Dude.
You can't "lock" a Glock
Although I don't personally carry chamber empty, I understand why some people do in some circumstances. In the case of one person I know, it's chamber empty or no semi auto at all, not up to them. As long as someone is fully aware of why they are doing it, and the limitations and risks involved, it is still generally preferable to not having a gun on you at all.
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