Home Open Carry Cop Stop Open Carry God Bless America Open CarryPolice Procedure Cop Stop Open Carry God Bless America By Robert Farago - December 12, 2010 6 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Kentucky AG: Cities Can’t Prevent Employees From Carrying Firearms on the Job Adios Art: Miami City Council Makes it Official, Fires Art Acevedo Seattle Businesses Discover the Real Costs of Woke Politics and Defunded Law Enforcement 6 COMMENTS Wow. I wasn’t expecting things to go quite like that. I’m… impressed. And pleasantly surprised. Perhaps Officer Lyons would consider going around to municipalities and training his fellow LEO’s on the non-confrontational manner in which to approach individuals who choose to OC. I think he did a good job of it. If I OC’d in my town, it would only be a matter of time until I was inspecting the pavement with eight or nine Crown Vics parked around me. Reply That is one super-professional cop. Polite, explained what he was doing, spoke reasonably, knew the law, carefully signaled his fellow officer that no asistance was required (“Code 4”) and concluded the stop with humor, class and a handshake. I wish that every LEO would follow his lead. “If I OC’d in my town, it would only be a matter of time until I was inspecting the pavement with eight or nine Crown Vics parked around me.” John, in my town those Crown Vics would be parked ON me. Reply I had to check to see where this happened. Oceanside, CA. That explains the cop disarming and generally approaching this guy like he was a criminal. One of these days the 911 operators will learn to ask, “so he has a gun, is he doing anything suspicious? No? Well carrying a gun is legal. Call us if he starts breaking the law.” Reply I’m very impressed by how that officer handled himself. The gun owner was a bit of a smart ass, but it’s his right as a U.S. citizen to be a smart ass if he pleases. I would have answered all the officers questions, but to each his own. In my state this guy would have been disarmed in a not so pleasant manner as he was here, and he would have spent the night in jail. I guess that guy proved his point and he has some big ones. He’s lucky some trigger happy cop didn’t take him out. Reply Most LEOs support an American citizen’s right to bare arms. Reply One of these days the 911 operators will learn to ask, “so he has a gun, is he doing anything suspicious? No? Well carrying a gun is legal. Call us if he starts breaking the law.” Delavan, WI, got it mostly right. This is about the best I’ve ever heard, outside of Arizona. Listen to the first part of this, showing how well they handled a “MWAG” call: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQ8795iZk-0 Basically said, “it’s legal, we know about that meeting”, then called the shop to be sure everything was OK. No bother, no fuss, no sirens, no officers taken away from real work. The second part of that link is the Madison incident, where 5 people were harassed & cited for having dinner while armed. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.