I hope that the other officers involved were spoken to also. What really rubbed me the wrong way was not the demeanor of "Leaps" after he saw the firearm, but how he and the other officers conducted themselves after the situation was under so called "under control". The first issue that should have been established was the validity of the CC permits and the identity of the holders. They had absolutely no right to search your vehicle or personal property unless there was a valid reason. Having a valid CCW does not give them probable cause.
Any professional, courteous LEO would have explained his reasons and concerns with the persons involved and offered an immeadiate apology after the dust had settled at the scene, but as we all know, just like any other job, there are people that suck at what they do and shouldn't be doing it.
It seems that to many less than desirable people are getting a gun and a badge now.
Now, lets see if "Leaps" takes his butt chewing to heart.