Nobody is going to touch a loaded gun that is attached to me. ND's tend to happen when unholstering and holstering. I have seen how some police officers handle a firearm at the range...How does pulling a loaded gun out of a law abiding citizen's holster and messing around with it enhance anyone's safety? Leaving it alone is the safest thing to do.
Your choice. Comply with Unconstitutional behavior by agents of your government, or politely decline, asserting your rights. If there is escalation, a 1983 lawsuit should be the next step.I get that, but it went right to "step out of the car, we are going to run your gun" and not sure if you watched the whole thing but the troopers didn't even know if the guy could've refused even mentioning "it could be stolen." But based off historical events, if asked to get out of the car and subsequently refusing never ends well. So it's just a case of not escalating the situation unnecessarily at that point right?