In the wake of the officer's acquittal and release of dashcam footage - What's your opinion on the shooting of Philando Castile? All across social media, it seems the majority finds it wholly unjustified. Albeit, many of these individuals are (most likely) ignorant of proper behavior when carrying concealed and the necessity for additional caution, respect and slow movement when dealing with law enforcement in such a situation that the presence of a firearm may be revealed. Castile revealed that he had a firearm as he allegedly reached for his wallet while the officer instructed him not to. As a CCW-holder, this is a big no-no to me. Though I live in a state that doesn't require me to reveal to law enforcement that I am carrying a concealed firearm, if faced with a similar situation I plan to err on the side of caution and inform the officer if my ID/registration is anywhere near the location of my weapon. Thoughts?