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I went through my 1st road check today concealed, I handed my driver license & my CWP to the police officer. He then went to the back to check my license plate and came back and said thank you Mr..... and by the way what kind of gun you have on you? I told him a Glock 37
.45GAP he said you have the same 1 I'm have, then he said be safe SIR!!!!!!
 

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It's always good to hear positive experiences with LEOs. It's amazing how much a little mutual respect can do to change how you view people.
 

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One of those United Socialist States ("May I see your papers, please?") road checks?
Well at least the cop was OK about everything.:bier:
 

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Both times I was stopped I was only asked "what kind of handgun?" The HK produced a short conversation but I was never asked to remove.
 

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I always find it humorous when LEO ask "what kind of weapon do you have"
Usually a good question as he/she is probably a gun lover! :smile:

I'm all for road checks. You would be amazed at how many drivers blow over .08 at 0900 in the morning. If you are a law abiding citizen you should thank the LEO's for keeping us all safe from drunks, druggies, criminals with outstanding warrants and no DL's.
 

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foots402.....Good stop

Sportsterguy.....I agree, road checks...if it will keep some idiot off the road, I'm for it.
 

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One of those United Socialist States ("May I see your papers, please?") road checks?
Well at least the cop was OK about everything.:bier:
+1 on that.
 

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I got stopped at a roadblock in Simpsonville the day after Thanksgiving.
The LEO didn't ask me to show him my CWP after I mentioned it to him. He was more interested in smelling my breath... which stunk after I ate garlic & onions. He took a deep breath and waived me thru.
 

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foots402.....Good stop

Sportsterguy.....I agree, road checks...if it will keep some idiot off the road, I'm for it.


FAIL.....id rather have liberty...

I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it.

Thomas Jefferson, to Archibald Stewart (23 December 1791)
 

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I got stopped at a roadblock in Simpsonville the day after Thanksgiving.
The LEO didn't ask me to show him my CWP after I mentioned it to him. He was more interested in smelling my breath... which stunk after I ate garlic & onions. He took a deep breath and waived me thru.
I feel sorry for the guy!
 

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One of those United Socialist States ("May I see your papers, please?") road checks?
That's a load of donkey dung and totally uncalled for. I live in SC and I'm proud of it. FYI, most states do road checks from time to time. You'd be surprised at how many drunk, drugged, unlicensed, and unregistered drivers they catch. Sometimes a wanted man turns up, too. If you've done nothing wrong, you have nothing to fear. In fact, a local man jumped a roadblock like that one last night and when captured after a short chase, the car was found to be stolen.

In case you didn't notice, SC did NOT go "socialist" in the past presidential election, but I see YOUR state did.

In my experience, most SC Troopers are professional and polite - and I'm proud of the work they do.
 
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