I was recently pulled over for having a headlight out and as i reach for my information i decided to try something, I handed him my GFL as well as my usual stuff. This was not a good idea. First, it was around 9 at night and it was cold out. The conversation went something along these lines: "Do you have a firearm with you" "Yes" "Where is it?" "Here in my holster on my hip" "Step out of the car and put your hands above your head, Where is it exactly" "Right side" He then takes my Beretta 92fs, my spare mag and my holster. "Go stand behind your car and keep your hands out of your pockets" so here I am standing in the cold just wondering what he is doing. After about 5 to 10 minutes he comes back "Your gun isn't on file being registered to you. Its not on file at all" Ok now i'm just confused, I own 8 guns and not a single one is registered to anyone. Let alone why would i have a stolen gun with a legit permit? This is where i start to get a little bit bothered by this whole thing, but i try really hard to be nice since the only time i have ever been arrested it was for being a smart ass. (And yes it turns out they can arrest you for that) "Umm, ok, i dont think i will be showing any more police my GFL then. Its not worth it, i was trying to be polite." "No, you NEED to" "I have no legal obligation to do so so I wont next time" "If we see it its the difference between you being PULLED out of the car at gunpoint" "Then I'll be sure to hide it, Thanks" He then explains he wants me to open the trunk so he can place my firearm in there and i can get it after he leaves. Laughing I said "right-O" , he placed it in there, i shut it, he started to leave, i opened it, loaded it and put it back in its rightful place. He didn't say a thing about my headlight though. I'm going to try this again if i get caught speeding. I understand them wanting to know, i would, what i dont understand is being treated like a criminal, If i wanted to shoot him i would have when he came up not after he ran my gun, not after he let me go, just pisses me off thinking about it. And in case you were wondering i wasn't looking "thugish" or anything, i was in my business clothes and driving my 98 Lincoln Town Car. Anyone else have any problems like this?