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Old 07-24-2013, 05:03 PM   #11
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Why did I post that twice you ask. It can only be described as a "rectal cranial inversion"!!!!!
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Old 07-24-2013, 05:16 PM   #12
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i never felt comfortable leaving a gun in a car for more than a few minutes.
Never leave anything you wish to continue owning in an unattended vehicle. For that matter, don't get overly attached to the vehicle.
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Old 07-24-2013, 05:46 PM   #13
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I have a truck gun,it's a cut down (18.5") single barrel 12 gauge I put a side saddle on. It's out of sight under the rear Bench seat,if it gets got ill only be out 80 bucks.

I sometimes leave handguns in a bolted down lockbox as well,but that would take some doing to get into. I have a policy of never leaving anything easily accessible in the truck that would leave a auto burglar better armed Than i am where to run into him shortly after he did the deed.

My truck has a security system and is ALWAYS locked up.
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I agree with Jonm but with all the crack heads running around who knows. They look for anything they can pawn or sell for a quick buck.
Crackheads! In N.E. Arkansas....Say it ain't so Ratt. They also got the grandkids Cur puppy, now I'm pissed. I put the dogs pic on FB and got my more social friends to share it, maybe we can make the idiots life unpleasant.
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Old 07-25-2013, 01:18 AM   #15
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I remember 30c a gallon gasoline, too. :-) Times have changed, we have to change with them.
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I keep a gun in every vehicle we own. Nothing special. Keep them out of plain sight and keep your doors locked.
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I only had a car broken into one time. All they got was the bag with my martial arts workout clothes and -- I did really hate to loose these -- the only pair of prescription sport goggles I ever had.

In hatch area of the car was a bag that contained a handgun among other valuable items. They never touched that.
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If I was going to leave a gun in a vehicle, it would be so well concealed that a CAREFUL search would not find it, or it'd be in some sort of concealed vault. That serial number traces back to you, and at some future point in time, that might not be a simple police call sort of thing to resolve.
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Forget the gun..... You need to get one of these little 'effer's.

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Forget the gun..... You need to get one of these little 'effer's.

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rx6WB5YJia8
Amazing. I wonder if they come standard...
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