If it's not damaged, filing a complaint under false pretenses is not a very good idea if you ask me...or do you mean you're going to file a complaint as you're miffed that he took your gun apart?
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Officer Dufus went way over the top. It must have been his first stop on his new job...
I'd file a complaint...
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Well if he's going to field strip it he might as well wipe it down as well and put some oil on it
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Did I miss the point of why you called and said "I HAVE A GUN and I hit a car"?
Obviously, they didn't like what you said the first time because they called you back to check if they should send the SWAT team.
I hope i never run into such an incident, because I'd demand he assemble it in front of his/her Supervisor. Of course I'd be civil about it, and not attempt to make a scene.
Hope the OP doesn't get into that kind of situation again.
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Scumbag- The only G-Rated word that I know to reference someone who would consider harming me or one of my family members.
Back to topic......if a leo takes the slide off just "because he can" I'd say that's over the top. However if he has a legitimate concern for his own safety because his gut is telling something about a scumbag he's got stopped on the road in the middle of nowhere. I'd say go for it.........remove the slide/buy yourself some time when you leave.
Turn the election's in 2014 to a "2A Revolution". It will serve as a 1994 refresher not to "infringe" on our Second Amendment. We know who they are now.........SEND 'EM HOME. Our success in this will be proportional to how hard we work to make it happen.
Lesson learned... don't inform of your weapon unless you have to.
Get it back on topic please.
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I read the bayou shooter thread and if any of you don't understand why a lot of people on this forum don't trust cops you have no further to look than Nolacopusmc.
On page 3 he explicitly states that he has seen CHP holders get Po'd over getting aticket and unload on the cop. On page 4 when he's called on it he states that the poster is probably right and it's probably never happened. Which is it? You saw it or it never happened?
Then he says he has to run every gun for stolen. Then he says he doesn't have to but his department preffers it.
At one point he tells the other posters not to be such sticklers about their rights and "do the right thing" Whis is ,presumably, to piss your rights away so that he feels safe.
Again, unless I am absolutely required by law to do so Hell will freeze solid before I inform
The only "on topic" thing I can add to this is what I already said
Don't inform (unless legally required) and we have nothing to discuss.
Never unlock your car for the cops without a warrant.
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