Open Carry In California part 4

Open carry in California part 4- Interacting with the police.

Jaywalking link: http://www.legal-news-california.tozerlaw.com/jaywalking_california.html

http://californiaopencarry.org
http://opencarry.org
http://calguns.net
http://caopencarry.blogspot.com

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16 thoughts on “Open Carry In California part 4

    jawbone83

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    you can also …
    you can also mention that if an officer refuses to give his name and badge number, you can record his vehicle number. they keep records of these which can be subpeona-ed.

    pullnshoot25

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    @HEAVYGUNZ05 Yes, …
    @HEAVYGUNZ05 Yes, you can. However, beware of the school zones.

    HEAVYGUNZ05

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Thanx for the vids, …
    Thanx for the vids, can i still have my gun on my belt in the holster with mags on my belt driveing in the car and can i have an empty mag in my gun.

    ttmaster26

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Nice work guys. It …
    Nice work guys. It is so silly that we have to do all this, but doing this now we will work to change this country back to a country of free people. Keep up the great work.

    davegolf1969

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Hi Guys, i have …
    Hi Guys, i have made the mistake not doing what I can to protect or God given Rights. Having watched you guys that will change. The Police have nothing to fear from us, I am not sure when they went from public servants to overlords?

    pullnshoot25

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Looking back, I …
    Looking back, I think I misread your comment…

    QUESTED

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    If every thing els …
    If every thing els is leagal like open mag and unloaded gun on hip showing

    is it ok to drive like that in the state of CA?

    wheeliesforJesus

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    I READ THAT ARTICLE …
    I READ THAT ARTICLE! You guys are awesome! THanks for the information! Im leaving right now to get a belt holster and will be carring immediatly! God Bless America!

    refutonefandus

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    It might be …
    It might be worthwhile to mention that giving a little information to LEOs can go a long way towards a positive experience. If they ask who you are, don’t say “I’m Joe Blow of 1234 Main Street, my social is…” Just tell them “my name is Joe”. This sort of action builds rapport and can improve the attitude of the officer towards you. Staying silent can be seen as ‘maddogging’ or ‘hazing’ — while not illegal, can make the officer want to make your life hell. Human connections work on all levels.

    refutonefandus

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    I live over in …
    I live over in Vista, so if you do videos in the future I can assist as a cameraman. Not sure how much editing I can do, but cameraman work I can help with.

    pullnshoot25

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Thank you. More are …
    Thank you. More are coming on the way so stay tuned!

    ph0t0mac

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    This is sooooooo …
    This is sooooooo helpful! I will try to tell as much people about your videos. Keep up the good work.

    pullnshoot25

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Yeah, I know. We …
    Yeah, I know. We plan on a cameraman or editing software in the future. It was more critical to get the videos out there than worrying about the running part.

    kmikesell

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    Great stuff….but …
    Great stuff….but you guys seriously need to edit him running back and forth…although it is funny

    pullnshoot25

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    We are well aware …
    We are well aware of that. We are currently researching the PC needed for such a test and ascertaining the intricacies of California law.

    refutonefandus

    (March 9, 2010 - 8:22 am)

    btw: Field sobriety …
    btw: Field sobriety tests are illegal to do. You only have to consent to a breathalizer or blood test. If you consent to a breathalizer, and it turns up negative/under legal limit, they no longer have legal basis and have to let you go. If you refuse that, they can detain you and perform a blood test back at the station.

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