Pretty shocking video
Right here. Canton OH police, I'm told. I hope they get rid of the guy, or assign him to some duties where his hairtrigger temper isn't a danger to the general public. He's the one guy in the video whom I'd worry about having a gun....
I'm happy to say that around my parts, if police come up to a stopped car, no reason to believe criminal activity, they'd politely ask what was going on. And if you revealed you had a gun, they'd ask to hold it, and then ask your advice on future gun purchases. I've had it happen. One time the officer asked my advice on buying a 1911, the other time he urged me to get a CCW permit, since they were cheap and easy and then I could carry it anywhere. I forgot ... once when young I was stopped with the whole car full of guns. The officer asked the reason, I said I was moving them from one storage area to another, and he said okay, and gave me a verbal warning about speeding.
Uopdate: the Canton Police Chief's reply, including "The officer immediately being relieved of all duty. The incident has been referred to the Internal Affairs Bureau for what will be a complete and thorough investigation. As bad as the video indicates our officer's actions were, there is a due process procedure to follow." [UPDATE: the page appears to have been taken down]
Hat tip to Ryan Gill, of Georgia Concealed Carry, and to Ohioans For Concealed Carry.