So my GF got into a fender bender on 400S today, I was just relaxing at home when she called. So I drive down to make sure shes ok and help her figure things out. GSP was the responding agency. the first officer to the scene that handled her accident was very nice and didn't even say a word about me open carrying my Glock 23. I didn't even see him look at it. it was a great encounter. Unfortunately, there was another wreck that I witness when we were standing on the grass waiting for the officer to arrive. A GSP Bike trooper and another crown vic pulled up to investigate that wreck. So the bike trooper comes over to us to ask what I saw. He immediately made note of the g23 hanging off my hip. he made some comments to the first responder asking if he noticed the gun, and if I had a permit. He then asked me if I had a permit, which I replied I do. He asked where is it, which I replied in my wallet. at this point I then made the comment " Am I now the one being interrogated? " which halted all further questions about the gun and returned the conversation to what I witnessed. now for the worse part. as soon as the bike trooper noticed the gun when he first walked up, he grabbed the grip and said " just making sure its secure. I let it be known I didn't appreciate him just grabbing at the gun in a nice/polite way. Luckily I OC in a Blackhawk Serpa with the finger button for retention, or else the encounter would have really pissed me off. I felt like asking him how he'd feel if I checked his gun to make sure it was "secure", but I decided to just let it go. Overall, a good encounter, the first responder acted like it wasn't there and even the Bike trooper only did the one thing that pissed me off, the rest of the encounter was quite smooth with no taser of handcuffs used!