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Old 05-17-2013, 09:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What are yall's thoughts on this?

Do you think it's a bad idea to carry one in your vehicle? I just worry that not all cops would know that it is legal and could/would hassle you about it.

I'd love to hear some actual police officers opinions on this matter but I hate asking cops questions like that face to face cause they are usually dicks about it or just tell you "no it's not legal" because they don't know nor do they feel like dealing with it.
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Under a trench coat with a shoulder sling. Na
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Old 05-18-2013, 12:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Me and a buddy with another pistol have had this conversation. My thinking is most cops won't have a clue that it's perfectly legal and will act accordingly. That being said, mine still rides with me sometimes
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Why leave it or any gun in your car? I doubt many LEO's are up to date on all ATF rules and regs.
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Why leave it or any gun in your car? I doubt many LEO's are up to date on all ATF rules and regs.
You've heard the term "truck gun", no?
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:27 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I didn't say I was just leaving it in the truck.
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Do you have a safe that it can fit in, that would be my worry, I dont know if you have had a gun stolen but its a major pain in the ass to deal with...JMHO
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A safe in the truck?
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Console safe advertised here.Guns in vehicles are easy picking.
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Originally Posted by STF View Post
A safe in the truck?
any kind of safe as KWO said smash n grab your peice will be gone if under seat..........
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