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Old 06-15-2013, 05:05 PM   #61
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Western states have a more relaxed attitude about guns in vehicles Danny. I can ride with a gun on the passenger seat if I wish in NM. I don't have a CC permit but I can carry if the gun is in plain view.

If I feel the need to keep a gun close at hand when in my Jeep, I just place it in the pocket behind the passenger's seat. Out of sight, easy to reach, and cushioned. I place it grip toward me resting on the grip and barrel at the furthest point from me in the pocket. I'm tall so reaching the gun there is no problem for me, but others may need to adjust some.

I would think someone with sewing skills could make a nice insert for that pocket to customize this sort of arrangement.
I was thinking something like this, only using that molle G.e.a.r. seat back organizer thing. I have a holster that mounts with that molle system anyway.

so just remove one of the bags big enough for the holster to fit inside and cut a hole in the back of it so the straps can stick through and be mounted back to the molle. When you need to carry, unzip the bag and put your gun in the holster. When you aren't in the jeep put the gun in a lock box or something, and zip that bag back up and nobody can see the holster.

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Old 06-15-2013, 07:21 PM   #62
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Over here in florida you can carry in your vehicle even without a CCW permit. as long as its in the glove box or trunk. i myself just got my concealed weapons permit and plan on carrying occasionally... going to questionable or unknown areas, doing any type of craiglist transactions etc. but definetly something out of sight would be better for deterring thieves.

Also i work in one of the fields of law enforcement, so its definitely not a good idea to leave a gun in any vehicle. thats just asking for someone to rob you even if its out of sight.

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Old 06-15-2013, 08:20 PM   #63
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In Texas you can transport it in your vehicle if it is out of sight. No trunk, no glove box, just not visible. That gives you a lot of leeway.
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Western states have a more relaxed attitude about guns in vehicles Danny. I can ride with a gun on the passenger seat if I wish in NM. I don't have a CC permit but I can carry if the gun is in plain view.

If I feel the need to keep a gun close at hand when in my Jeep, I just place it in the pocket behind the passenger's seat. Out of sight, easy to reach, and cushioned. I place it grip toward me resting on the grip and barrel at the furthest point from me in the pocket. I'm tall so reaching the gun there is no problem for me, but others may need to adjust some.

I would think someone with sewing skills could make a nice insert for that pocket to customize this sort of arrangement.


Not all western states are relaxed California is a real pain web it comes to guns I can get into trouble for not having a dozen locks on the gun
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Old 06-16-2013, 07:02 AM   #65
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Not all western states are relaxed California is a real pain web it comes to guns I can get into trouble for not having a dozen locks on the gun
I'm sorry, that is true. I keep forgetting that California is not it's own socialist country.
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When I get in the Jeep, I just slide it between the parking brake and transmission in that little nook. Remove when I leave.
^ same here. Easy to do, no visible holster left behind.
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Old 07-15-2013, 12:04 PM   #67
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I have the same (or at least VERY similar) holster for my Glock 19. I haven't really looked closely at it as I was in a hurry the one time I tried to mount it like this. I know the belt clip does not go over the side of the glove box as the pistol sticks up too far to close, but how do you have it mounted?

I'll mess with it and try to figure it out on my own while awaiting a reply.

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