I got pulled over the other night and was suprised that the cop asked me if I had a gun on me or in the car. This was after he returned from his car with my DL, not when he initially walked up to my car. I've read on the forum numerous times that the CHL records were not accessible from the systems used to run DL's or license plates. Has his changed recently? I replied with "What?" And he says, "Well, you have a concealed handgun license, so I'm asking you if you have a gun in the car." I asked him if I have to answer that question and he told me I did. A couple years ago a cop noticed my CHL sticking out a little bit from behind another card in my wallet as I was pulling out my DL. He asked me what form of state ID it was and asked me to pull it out (did I need to?). After seeing that it was a CHL (maybe he knew already) he then of course asked me if I had a gun in the car. I'm guessing this cop put this in the "notes" somewhere and now I will be asked every time I'm pulled over? Do I need to answer this question? I don't see how it makes a difference either way. Criminals would not answer truthfully and maybe CHL holders as well. This bothers me because I could have a coworker/friend/client in the car with me next time and I don't want this conversation coming up.