Notification of concealed carry.
Laws vary from state to state about if you are required to notify a LEO when you are carrying a concealed firearm.
In my home state of South Dakota I have been told that some LEOs would rather not be informed because the department they work for makes them run a check on the gun, and paperwork is involved.
I think that this sounds like wishful thinking on the part of the person that told me this, but thought that I would put the question out there.
Assuming that there is not a requirement to inform, and assuming that you were to have to run a check on every firearm you ran across, would you rather be informed by a concealed permit holder and have to to the check and paperwork, or you rather not have the extra work?
I am guessing more than 9 out of 10 would want to be informed, but God knows I have been wrong before.
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