|07-15-2013 12:04 PM|
I'll mess with it and try to figure it out on my own while awaiting a reply.
|06-16-2013 07:44 AM|
|06-16-2013 07:02 AM|
|06-15-2013 11:09 PM|
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
|06-15-2013 08:20 PM|
|tomthbomb||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.|
|06-15-2013 07:21 PM|
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.
|06-15-2013 05:05 PM|
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.
|06-15-2013 01:24 PM|
This on your belt should work:
Grabagun.com Bond Arms PREM Leather CROSS Draw Holster Online Gun Store
|06-15-2013 12:46 PM|
|rockhard426||Best place for a Holster mount is on you, either outside the waste band or inside , Never a good Idea to leave your weapon inside unsecured. What if you have to get out in an emergency .. will you remember to grab your Gun ? , If it is on you then you won't forget it period , like others have said, if you have to leave it, get a Tuffy under seat lock box and lock it up for peace of mind if someone were to break in looking for stuff. Cause in a Gun Battle seconds count , you don't have that extra time to go back and get your gun if you forget it.|
|06-15-2013 12:24 PM|
Wet Okle seat covers
Just another option. I had these covers in a car with the holster add-on on the drivers seat. It was pretty cool because there is a right and left hand draw pocket and it blends in because it is the same material as the cover. I posted a picture from the Wet Okole site but it's a little hard to see. Another nice detail is that the pistol hangs out of sight and the other pocket can be used for magazines.
It kills two birds with one stone because the covers are high quality and come in a wide variety of colors and styles.
|06-15-2013 08:31 AM|
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.
|06-15-2013 07:54 AM|
Ambiguous laws like this, and each state says something different, make it difficult for me to carry in my vehicle. If i cross the state border to go to a match with my firearms, I have to stop and adjust where/how my ammo and firearms are located so it is legal.
|06-14-2013 11:54 AM|
|Andy 1965||My little Ruger LCP and two mags fits just perfectly in the top part of my center console. I like how you can select the upper part of the lid to access the gun or the lid itself (concealing the gun) yet revealing what's inside the console itself. And, the whole thing can be locked. Jeep JK 2dr black (the fast color, lol)|
|06-14-2013 10:38 AM|
|06-14-2013 09:40 AM|
You need to make sure your state allows you to have a loaded firearm, unconcealed, in the passenger compartment of your vehicle.
Ohio allows it on the person (provided you have a CCW) but not in plain view loaded. "Loaded" used to mean a loaded magazine, not in the gun but available to any driver or passenger. "Loaded" now means a loaded mag in the gun. You are allowed to have a loaded mag nearby, just not in the gun.
House Bill 495, signed by Gov. John Kasich last month, makes the following changes to state firearms regulations:
* Modifies the definition of a loaded firearm in a vehicle. Currently, a firearm is considered loaded if a loaded magazine is present anywhere in the vehicle, even if the magazine is not inserted into the firearm. HB 495 further clarifies the definition in current law to give gun owners various options for storing loaded magazines during transport.
* The measure becomes effective March 20.
Sources: National Rifle Association and Ohio General Assembly.
Practice, practice, practice!
|06-14-2013 09:13 AM|
|Sgtt45||Easy $20 mount from Bam holsters. It's a magnet. Gun will not stay on during hard off road but for normal driving it's fine.|
|05-10-2013 10:48 AM|
|05-10-2013 10:38 AM|
|chipmonk66gt||I don't quite get this one either, better to have it in your control at all times on your person. In fact I think it's reckless.|
|05-10-2013 10:26 AM|
|Sgt93||Leaving a weapon in a vehicle is never a good idea. When it's a Jeep, it's a flat out bad idea as they are targeted enough as is. If you must leave it in the Jeep, at the minimum, a lock box bolted under the seat etc.|
|05-10-2013 09:45 AM|
^ thats a lot like what I do in the YJ. My glock holster fits nice and tight between the drivers seat and the center console. Under no circumstance will I leave it in the Jeep. If I'm going into the school or whatever, I'll drop it off at my wifes work or lock it up where I work.
It sucks, criminals can still carry in non-carry zones... but, to keep our permits we have to comply.
|05-10-2013 09:40 AM|
|Sgt93||When I get in the Jeep, I just slide it between the parking brake and transmission in that little nook. Remove when I leave.|
|05-10-2013 07:59 AM|
|Barmanvarn||The only reason I don't carry my gun on me when in the vehicle is that it makes for a awkward draw. Considering getting a holster that I can wear in the rig so that I can cross draw.|
|05-10-2013 07:56 AM|
|HK_Runner||Yup, seen it happen (well, after the fact). If a thief spots a holster, chances are high your vehicle will be broken into over another. Guns are easy to sell without any checks, bring a lot of cash, and put you at risk. Putting gun stickers/decals on your vehicle are an even more effective advertisement.|
|05-09-2013 11:49 PM|
Best place for a defensive weapon is on you! I can't begin to tell you how many people report their guns getting stolen out of their vehicles.
Then you will have to live with the fact, when someone uses your weapon (left carelessly in your vehicle) against another person. Sorry to soap box, but I just see this too often in my job.
|05-09-2013 10:00 PM|
Y'all got me tinkering.
Found an old uncle mikes that I don't use and realized my seat covers are covered in MOLLE.
The holster clipped to it perfectly.
|05-09-2013 09:29 PM|
I have a 511 Molle bag that sets beside the emergency brake handle, I drop the pistol in it and leave it unzipped. Very easy to get to and very out of sight. I also have a lock box under the driver's seat for when I need to leave it unattended.
|05-09-2013 08:44 PM|
|Sgtt45||VA home of the NRA! That one by gunner fabrications is nice!|
|05-09-2013 08:33 PM|
That being said, I don't think that would be a good idea for me to try it.
|05-09-2013 08:27 PM|
|05-09-2013 08:25 PM|
|fireguy||My S&W M&P 9 clips nicely under the steering wheel on the column and when I get to where I am going it comes off the steeing column and clips onto my belt. In Colorado your vehicle is an extension of your home, the same rights apply. Also a CCW license holder in CO.|
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