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Sorry mudy but that situation doesn't make sense. Being a gun owner myself and a citizen with common sense, I know that should I ever be armed and come into contact with law enforcement, acting the way he did would get me shot. Sure open carry is "legal", they won't shoot you for that. Also, if they ask you to remove the gun from your person, they won't shoot for that either. I'm not 100% sure but I highly doubt they want you disarming yourself anyways, as that's an added danger to them. Take a conceal and carry class and find that they tell you to shoot first and ask questions later, you don't have the chance to ask questions when you're dead. Men and women in law enforcement are people, too. They have families to go home to at night and they are armed with weapons to protect themselves from people like this man. Although he doesn't seem to have much sense, with his record he knew better than to bring the gun in the first place.Sep 23, 2012