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Old June 24th, 2009, 19:29   #16
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ehh..... I'm not so sure you can say that 100% of the time. My experience with police officers were all 100% positive but I know one guy who had his tail light out and the cop was all over his ass about his "N" being displayed and such. I mean he was a nice guy about it but the cop probably was just having a bad day.
Well, the thing a lot of people forget about cops is that they're dealing with the 10% of the population that are complete fucktards, assholes, druggies, etc. 90% of the time. I'm sure after a day of that anyone could be in a bad mood. Cops are people too. Except Robocop. He's a cyborg.
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Old June 24th, 2009, 20:04   #17
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Well, the thing a lot of people forget about cops is that they're dealing with the 10% of the population that are complete fucktards, assholes, druggies, etc. 90% of the time. I'm sure after a day of that anyone could be in a bad mood. Cops are people too. Except Robocop. He's a cyborg.
That's why I said all my experiences were positive but it was just that one time that a cop was in a bad mood and doesn't want to deal with shit. Buddy ended up with a warning but if he wasn't nice about being pulled over probably could have gotten it a lot worse (I think you can get points added to your license if your "N" isn't displayed "properly").
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Old June 24th, 2009, 23:52   #18
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@ Chubby - well-handled.
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Old June 25th, 2009, 13:13   #19
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Well, the thing a lot of people forget about cops is that they're dealing with the 10% of the population that are complete fucktards, assholes, druggies, etc. 90% of the time. I'm sure after a day of that anyone could be in a bad mood. Cops are people too. Except Robocop. He's a cyborg.

Robocop died for our sins
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Old June 25th, 2009, 13:15   #20
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Dude LT and Rogue may not be the best name to drop when trying to get outta crap with the Police lolz!!!

Yeah but I wanted a challenge dude
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Old June 25th, 2009, 13:43   #21
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Well, the thing a lot of people forget about cops is that they're dealing with the 10% of the population that are complete fucktards, assholes, druggies, etc. 90% of the time. I'm sure after a day of that anyone could be in a bad mood. Cops are people too. Except Robocop. He's a cyborg.

And in addition to that, they are expected by civies to know every piece of legislation, every by-law, and every possible permutation and interpretation of those laws, in their brain at all times.

Most times when you get your crap taken, it's a matter of "We are too busy (tired/understaffed/annoyed by your pissy attitude) to figure this out on the side of the road and will just take your shit and let the court figure it out."
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Old June 27th, 2009, 00:20   #22
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Cool story man.

I always thought owning airsoft wasn't illegal. just selling it was?

Not to be a prick either but just as a side thought. Without reason a cop can't ask to look in your car or in a bag in your car, but i'm sure you would have gottent he ticket had you told him that. haha
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Old June 27th, 2009, 09:10   #23
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As long as you keep your cool and don't get nervous, tell the truth and you will be alright. By the way, where did you keep the pot? LOL...
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Old June 27th, 2009, 11:41   #24
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I'm new and just joined the forum. I have not played airsoft yet, though I do have a small, cheap AS handgun. I have been practicing on targets in my garage. (seems to pull to the left and up)

Law enforcement officers are trained to dig for information. They sound friendly and interested so you open up to them. When the officer mentioned that one would think there would be yellow markings etc, he was digging for information. It is his job to do so. If you were a criminal the likelihood of catching you in a lie would be that much more possible.

I am also beginning to think that the two kids he mentioned were the same two from the closed thread where the 14 yo and his friend got their AS confiscated to be destroyed. It is nice to see that most of the people on this forum are responsible enough to avoid that and not be retards.

The onus is upon the citizen to research regulations on these things. Due to the ambiguity of the laws regarding airsoft we all need to be sure not to set a precedent that will result in over regulation.

Thank you all for being responsible.
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Old June 27th, 2009, 12:05   #25
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Especially when you have a trunk full of tactical gear and assault weapons.
Tell that to Jamesbond_007, I think he kinda goes with the "Cops can't ticket what they can't see."
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Old June 27th, 2009, 15:49   #26
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They can, actually. All they need is a suspicion and then they can pull an excuse to search out of their arse ad hoc. So, even if the gear were in the trunk, there would still be a possibility of a search anyway. "I thought I smelled an illicit substance... " then bingo, full search. It's amazing how many drug busts they make this way.
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Old June 29th, 2009, 00:45   #27
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Pretty cool story! Cops are people, too and if you are cooperative and honest with them, they don't tend to give you a hard time.
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Old July 3rd, 2009, 01:53   #28
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They can, actually. All they need is a suspicion and then they can pull an excuse to search out of their arse ad hoc. So, even if the gear were in the trunk, there would still be a possibility of a search anyway. "I thought I smelled an illicit substance... " then bingo, full search. It's amazing how many drug busts they make this way.
But if they don't find anything related to any illicit substances, I believe you can have any non-drug related evidence thrown out in court, because if the cop says he smelt drugs, and there weren't any drugs, he's obviously fucking retarded.
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Old July 3rd, 2009, 19:37   #29
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Great story Bro...nice to hear it turn out that way. Maybe next time you're gonna do some bonding, you can ask to see his guns.
Lol,*Cop* "And here's the magazine"

Sick story, guarantee that guy went home to check out some more guns as soon as he got off his shift
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Old July 8th, 2009, 02:55   #30
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*gets home and notices his vests, radio and water bladder and MC51 are all missing *
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