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Old 12-30-2010, 06:17 PM   #1
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tuffy conceal carry drawer installed

It was nice today high 40's. So I installed my tuffy drawer. It was very easy took about 10 min. I also got the dial lock. Not sure if I like it yet (the lock) Numbers are real small. my 40+ eyes have a hard time with them. I do like the knob the lock is in. It makes it real easy to turn. 1st look I like it.

No I do not lock my guns in while I am driving. Mostly for the trips I take to Cin ohio, They have crazy laws and it is easer just to keep it in the jeep.



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Old 12-30-2010, 06:36 PM   #2
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pretty slick, how much was the box?

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Old 12-30-2010, 06:56 PM   #3
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Nice upgrade. Looks good.
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thats cool. i usually just put mine in my center console which is an ammo can lol. Its got the foam-padded walls on the inside.

thats a nice lookin 1911, what model is it? i have a Kimber tactical custom II, but a Glock guy at heart, i've got the G22 with night sights and a Streamlight on it.

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Old 12-30-2010, 07:17 PM   #5
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It is a SIS custom. It is for fun. the G23 is for carry. I usually have it in a holster. while driving. live in kentucy work in ohio. Ohio has restrictions on how to transport guns even with a ccw.

The price? Got from santa. I have seen them for $99.00.
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Old 12-30-2010, 07:41 PM   #6
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G23 FTW. that was my next move but 'ran into' an XD9(M)-9 so the G23 will wait a while. i had a Springfield GI that i paid $400 for and a guy wanted a 1911 so bad that he traded his $700 XDM for hahaha. i couldnt resist 19+1 capacity, slim grip, chambered round and striker inicators, wheew i was sold. and with my IWB holster it disappears completely.
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Haha where in KY you from?
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about an hour and 15 north of you. By the cincinnati airprot.
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That's nice.. I carry a xdm9 I love it and no you can't beat the 19+1 capacity..
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Old 01-01-2011, 02:09 PM   #10
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That's nice.. I carry a xdm9 I love it and no you can't beat the 19+1 capacity..
if you need 19+1 you might need to get your eyesight checked or hit the range some more?
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excuse me sir but when your being attacked by zombies you need all those rounds.
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It is a SIS custom. It is for fun. the G23 is for carry. I usually have it in a holster. while driving. live in kentucy work in ohio. Ohio has restrictions on how to transport guns even with a ccw.

The price? Got from santa. I have seen them for $99.00.
As far as I know... the only laws for transporting loaded guns in Ohio with CCW, the gun either has to be locked up in an appropriate storage container (ie lock box) or holstered on you. If it's loaded and NOT holstered on you, I think that's illegal...ie sitting loaded in the door. I could be mistaken...but if anyone needs to know, I can look it up. I don't have my CCW yet...but have taken the classes so I've got the book with the laws sitting here.
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Old 01-01-2011, 07:01 PM   #13
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haha nice a-grip! I used to have the a-grip on all my glocks but took them off because I carried so much, they got really ratty after awhile. felt good tho....
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Nice. Don't bring it to Illinois. No concealed carry at all but I just bought a smittybilt box for under my seat.
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Nice. Don't bring it to Illinois. No concealed carry at all but I just bought a smittybilt box for under my seat.
I'm originally from IL...you can carry your guns in your lockbox (or a storage case/container), but they must be unloaded with no mag in the gun. From what I've gathered, you can even keep your mags loaded right there with the gun.

For this one I will provide a source...since I'd been doing a lot of research on it, being that I travel to IL a lot.

Illinois Carry | Concealed Carry

Another good reference:
http://www.isp.state.il.us/docs/ptfire.pdf

Or just get yourself a fanny pack...
Owners say law lets them tote guns in fanny packs | Concealed Carry

The FOID card mentioned in those sources are only required for IL residents...while I was there over Christmas, I asked if they played any role with me, being an OH resident and I was told they are required for IL residents only. In fact, in IL...I can go to Rural King (think of a large Tractor Supply Company) and all I have to do is show them my OH driver's license to buy ammo there. No special card or permits required. My grandpa was kinda jealous that I could buy ammo and he couldn't...lol
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Old 01-01-2011, 08:03 PM   #16
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I've got a foid an the way. I understood it ( icould be wrong) was that the ammo had to be in another part of the vehicle and the gun had to have a lock on it not just in a box but after reading that it seems to be okay. And I like the fanny pack idea lol
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I've got a foid an the way. I understood it ( icould be wrong) was that the ammo had to be in another part of the vehicle and the gun had to have a lock on it not just in a box but after reading that it seems to be okay. And I like the fanny pack idea lol
Yeah, some states do require the ammo to be located in a separate compartment in the vehicle...I think Ohio is like that for non-CCW owners. Ammo in glove box, gun in case out in the open or in trunk, etc.

From the links I posted, I think they stated somewhere in there that the ammo having to be located elsewhere is a "common myth" in IL...and the gun cases I don't think have to have a lock, they just have to be designed for storing the firearm (such as the original gun case...some which don't have the ability to be locked but do have latches). However, if in doubt, I would keep it separated just in case. I took my gun with me over Christmas to show my family my soon to be daily carry firearm...and just to cover my @ss if I was pulled over, I left all my ammunition at home.
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Yeah I would love to be able to cc it would be nice. Might have to keep a hand gun in my new lockbox idk
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Yeah I would love to be able to cc it would be nice. Might have to keep a hand gun in my new lockbox idk
I told my family when IL allows conceal carry, I'll move back (I'm originally from Decatur/Mt. Zion)...but for now, I'm not leaving Ohio. Might end up in Florida since my parents are moving down there this month and they're the only family I have in Ohio...but doubt it. TOO warm.

Btw...to the OP, I realized I never commented on the Tuffy box...looks nice. I tried the Bestop box with no luck and just can't justify spending so much on a lockbox. Might spring for one in the future...for now I've settled on a small one that attaches under my seat via cable.
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So I guess this box installs and fits better than the other one posted on here that some have had problems with?
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As far as I know... the only laws for transporting loaded guns in Ohio with CCW, the gun either has to be locked up in an appropriate storage container (ie lock box) or holstered on you. If it's loaded and NOT holstered on you, I think that's illegal...ie sitting loaded in the door. I could be mistaken...but if anyone needs to know, I can look it up. I don't have my CCW yet...but have taken the classes so I've got the book with the laws sitting here.
Yes, But a store owner can post a sign saying no CC and you can't take your gun in I believe it is a feloney. I ky these signs mean nothing. So if you park and walk to a establishment and see the sign and want to follow the law you have to walk back to your car and secure your gun. I find it easer to just leave it in the jeep unless I know it is ok.
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So I guess this box installs and fits better than the other one posted on here that some have had problems with?
I must have missed those. Easy to install. Only in a few days. two guns noticed no problems.
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Now I want one! I carry most of the time but it depends which Jeep I'm driving. My '98 has the Tuffy underseat drawer that I can store the gun in when I'm not carrying it on the body but the '05 doesn't have anything yet. Now I want one of those drawers. It would be much easier to get to if I need to than getting out and opening the tailgate. But I can't get the bigger drawer because I have the flip seat in the '05. (My build sheet has the CAFS seat designator.) I would have to get the smaller drawer and it's just too small for my gun, GPS, iPod and possibly cell phone. I am licensed but at least in Texas we can leave the gun on the front seat with or without a concealed license and not have a problem! But I still need a secure place to store it when I get to work.
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This thread is bringing a tear to my eye.
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That's nice.. I carry a xdm9 I love it and no you can't beat the 19+1 capacity..
thats what I have...19+1 are needed for multiple targets ......
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I prefer 14 rounds of 45 love.
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This thread is bringing a tear to my eye.
Just curious. Why?
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Its all about that 1911. I carry a M9 on me everyday and the extra shots are not needed when you can blow a bigger hole into somthing with 1 shot.
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Its all about that 1911. I carry a M9 on me everyday and the extra shots are not needed when you can blow a bigger hole into somthing with 1 shot.
tell it brother. My eight year old daughter carries a nine.
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