I was pulled over the other night for a license plate light out( busy labor day weekend), and after checking my info in his police car the officer asked if I had a weapon in the car. I have an oregon concealed weapon permit, and I told him yes. He informed me that it is proper etiquette to hand an officer your driver license and CWP when stopped. I have heard from some that this is the polite thing to do and from others that it is unnecessary because as soon as your drivers license is called in it comes up that you have a CWP. He was a very friendly officer and let me go as soon as he realized I was not drinking or making trouble. I was just wondering what all of your opinions on the proper etiquette are, or if there are any enforcement officers(current or former) who could chime in on what makes them most comfortable.