Traffic Stops and Firearms – BONUS from Our Sister Brand E3 Firearms Association with Adam Painchaud

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In this video Officer Adam Painchaud gives real life examples of how to and how not to deal with the traffic stops and firearms. We talk step-by-step about the best practices to use and traffic stops and firearmsexactly what not to do.

Join Adam and Brian as they walk you through this mock traffic stop. During this scene, you’ll discover how to act and what to say when you get pulled over.

You’ll hear why you need to know your local laws, including how to know if you must disclose that you’re carrying a gun. Adam shares textbook answers regarding where to put your hands. He also shares how to pull over properly and what to do with you car, so you appear to be a law abiding citizen.

You’ll learn the big things that make officers uneasy that you should avoid at all costs. You’ll also see why there is no such thing as a routine traffic stop, along with how you could find yourself with just a warning, after getting pulled over.

Was this training useful for you? What do you do when pulled over? Have you ever been guilty of a mistake, yet got off with just a warning? Share your thoughts below.

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3 Comments on Traffic Stops and Firearms – BONUS from Our Sister Brand E3 Firearms Association with Adam Painchaud

  1. Very good video and right on point. I always keep in mind that are men and women in blue want to go home every night to their family as I do!

  2. Hard to watch this video, it keeps buffering for long periods of time. I really do want to know what I am supposed to do and say when I get pulled over and I am carrying a firearm in my vehicle. Most of the time it is inside a gun vault that is located in center console and keys to the vault is in my pocket.

    1. Hi Terrell,
      Thanks for watching. It’s a great video. We supplied some suggestions through a support ticket.

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