I know generalizations are not the best policy, but something I learned early on is that cops will get gun laws more wrong that right. Mr. Williams had a smart strategy: that stop was not the proper time and location to illustrate the Florida Trooper about how wrong she was regarding concealed carry.  I am still trying to wonder why the heck she felt the need to remove the gun from his possession.  My only guess is that this Trooper is just plain ignorant about the law or got her knowledge from some other idiot’s cliff notes. I had interactions with FHP before while carrying and even after informing that I was with gun, it was never an issue nor the need to disarm me was brought up.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Because a cop told me and they know the law.”
      1. +1. She conducted herself admirably by not getting all “Respect mah athoritah” when he noted his disagreement. Also sounds like he wasn’t cited for the bogus law.

        He should definitely follow up with the department just to avoid them getting unlawful arrest/detainment suits filed against them.

        1. I has update!

          Florida Highway Patrol was contacted and they apologized. This seems to had happened ways back as she no longer works there.

          Somebody commented that Floridians take their Concealed carry very seriously…. indeed we do.

          1. It’s a shame she’s not there anymore. She may have been misinformed, but from what I heard in the video, I liked her. She gave him a warning and tried to do him a favor by quietly moving his carry status into compliance.

            Whoever told her how concealed carry is supposed to work should have been raked over the coals.

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