Bearone2's scenario is the way I would handle the situation. I have dual residency in Florida and Ohio. Ohio requires notification; Florida doesen't. All the states I drive through, between Florida and Ohio, recognize my CCW license. As an ex-LEO, I can appreciate someone being upfront without it being a surprize. If I am stopped, particularly at night, I follow this procedure:
* As soon as the blue lights come on, I turn on my interior lights.
* Four way flashers.
* Driver's window down.
* Left rear window down.
* Both hands high on the steering wheel.
* When the officer asks for my license, etc, I inform him that it is in my right hip pocket, and I ASK if I can get it.
* With wallet in hand, I give him my driver's license and CCW license.
* If, and when, the officer asks if I'm carrying, I tell him where the gun is located and then follow his instructions explicitly.
* What happens now will depend entirely up to the individual officer. I just hope mine is old and seasoned.
Remember that carrying a concealed weapon is a privledge. It isn't a Second Amendment right. Also remember that the officer has a life and family to go home to. And, just like you, he will defend his life at the slightest provocation.