We were traveling home from my son's wrestling tournament, and we were traveling on a two lane highway with a 65 mph speed limit. We got to a section in the road with a passing lane, and I sped up to over 80 mph to get past the car in front of me. I looked back and noticed an unmarked CSP car right behind me. Oops. The lights come on, so I pull over. I do everything my cop friends have told me: 1) Pull over far enough to get car well out of traffic. 2) Shut engine off. 3) Roll down window and keep hands on steering wheel untill cop contacts me. He asks me how fast I thought I was going, and I tell him, "I don't know, 70 or 75". He tells me it was 80, but he got a lock at 76. He asks for my license, registration, and proof of insurance. I say "yes sir" and hand him my all my information, plus my CCW card. The next thing he asks is if the gun is on me. I say "yes sir, at 3 o'clock". The very next thing he says is that he appreciates the heads up he is just going to give me a warning. Slow down next time and get my family home safe. I never made it out to be a big deal that I was carrying, and he didn't either, he just appreciated me letting him know. The background to this story is that a couple of weeks ago, a member of our police force was shot and killed in a felony warrant arrest. We live in a very small town with only 5 members on the force. There were over 1,500 leo's from all over the state and country that attended his funeral. It has been an very emotional couple of weeks for our town and the entire states leo community. The Trooper has polite and professional thoughout the whole incident, but when we were finished, my wife thanked him for all that he did for us. I could see the tears well up in his eyes and he said "be safe", and headed back to his car. I gleaned a couple of things out of this incident: I'm glad I live in a state where it's not a huge deal to be carrying a firearm, and I'm glad I don't have a job where the next guy I pull over may be trying to kill me. Courtesy and politeness go a long way.