Thanks, Gary, don't forget the AZ law is more than just inform, it must be a lawful contact, defined in law, and the officer may take control of the firearm during the lawful contact, returned right after.
K. If a law enforcement officer contacts a person who is in possession of a firearm, the law enforcement officer may take temporary custody of the firearm for the duration of that contact.
1. "Contacted by a law enforcement officer" means a lawful traffic or criminal investigation, arrest or detention or an investigatory stop by a law enforcement officer that is based on reasonable suspicion that an offense has been or is about to be committed.
It was thrown to the leftists to make them swallow Constitutional Carry, and the authors intend to remove that soon...or would have, since Sen Pierce managed to get himself unelected. We'll see. BTW, this went into effect over 1 year ago, no issues so far.