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A cop who knows the law.
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A young man who is a good friend of the family was stopped by a cop and written up for a expired inspection sticker, quite a normal stop on any given day,BUT, this young man was OCing the Ruger Blackhawk Bisley with a -7-1/2 inch bbl. that i sold to him not long ago, this is a gun that you would have to be blind not to notice.

The cop asked him to get out of the truck and stand in front of it while this all happened, the cop did notice the gun, but said nothing, not even asking weather the young man had a LTCF or not.

Good work Throop,Pa. cop, i hope the rest of the force is like you.

The sad part is the $111.00 ticket.
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#2
Amazing how when the officer doesn't make it an issue it's just that..... not an issue.

It's a shame how many times in life something that is not an issue becomes an issue by someone who should know better.
Everytime we look the other way when someone else loses rights we disagree with, we make it easier to lose the rights we support.

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redeye202;11133 Wrote:A young man who is a good friend of the family was stopped by a cop and written up for a expired inspection sticker, quite a normal stop on any given day,BUT, this young man was OCing the Ruger Blackhawk Bisley with a -7-1/2 inch bbl. that i sold to him not long ago, this is a gun that you would have to be blind not to notice.

The cop asked him to get out of the truck and stand in front of it while this all happened, the cop did notice the gun, but said nothing, not even asking weather the young man had a LTCF or not.

Good work Throop,Pa. cop, i hope the rest of the force is like you.

The sad part is the $111.00 ticket.

My feeling is that the cop didn't see the gun. If he had, there would very likely have been at least a casual comment.
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#4
Why did he ask him to step out of the vehicle for an expired inspection sticker?
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#5
rookie. He should have had him on the ground, firearm pointed at his head, and screaming how stupid he was to have that gun. Big Grin And then proceed on lecturing him how a 1911 is a better choice.
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#6
The cop had him get out of the truck so he, the cop, could scrape off the expired stickers.
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redeye202;11181 Wrote:The cop had him get out of the truck so he, the cop, could scrape off the expired stickers.
does the cop have the authority to scrape stickers off?
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goofin;17330 Wrote:
redeye202;11181 Wrote:The cop had him get out of the truck so he, the cop, could scrape off the expired stickers.
does the cop have the authority to scrape stickers off?

I'm not sure, but I'm also wondering if he allowed the guy to drive his "unsafe" vehicle home?
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goofin;17330 Wrote:
redeye202;11181 Wrote:The cop had him get out of the truck so he, the cop, could scrape off the expired stickers.
does the cop have the authority to scrape stickers off?

I worked on trucks in the late 70's and early 80's, back then only psp could scrape stickers off. I wouldn't think that would change.
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#10
I'm not clear on what law the cop knew since you cannot OC in a vehicle.
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