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Old 07-25-2013, 04:38 AM   #21
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I went to the doctor the other day for a "that tube goes WHERE?" exam.
Locked with cable lock to seat structure. Not often tho...

I believe the safest place for a .45 car gun is on your hip, well holstered, condition one, never left in the car.

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Why did I post that twice you ask. It can only be described as a "rectal cranial inversion"!!!!!
Oh no! Your sure to end up with a foul smell in your nose from that!!!
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Forget the gun..... You need to get one of these little 'effer's.

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I keep a gun in my car 24/7. It stays in condition 1. I keep it in a cable locked safe most of the time, and in a steering column holster when I deem it necessary. To each his own.
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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.
Ya I know !!!! I hated to be the one to break that to you but I thought you needed to know!!! Seriously though I am in north central AR and like you I have lived about 3 miles back on a dirt road where it is quiet for 9 years now. I still occasionally leave my doors unlocked and never lock my vehicles. I would never leave a gun in a vehicle over night no matter what. I value them too much and it isn't worth it. But as you have discovered times are a changing.
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Ya I know !!!! I hated to be the one to break that to you but I thought you needed to know!!! Seriously though I am in north central AR and like you I have lived about 3 miles back on a dirt road where it is quiet for 9 years now. I still occasionally leave my doors unlocked and never lock my vehicles. I would never leave a gun in a vehicle over night no matter what. I value them too much and it isn't worth it. But as you have discovered times are a changing.
The dog was actually at the step daughters house about 200 yards away. They got nothing from us, ma's car was locked and mine don't have anything in them. Usually leave mine unlocked figuring the broken window will cost me more than anything in them.
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That's why you NEVER leave a firearm unattended or in a vehicle. If you do, it needs to be in a locked vault welded (or at least bolted) to/through the floorboard of the vehicle. If you leave an unattended firearm and it is stolen, or gets into the hands of any unauthorized person, it is indeed your fault.
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Need a big dog if you live in the country.
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The dog was actually at the step daughters house about 200 yards away. They got nothing from us, ma's car was locked and mine don't have anything in them. Usually leave mine unlocked figuring the broken window will cost me more than anything in them.
Had a break in two years ago. 165$ for one side window.
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That's why you NEVER leave a firearm unattended or in a vehicle. If you do, it needs to be in a locked vault welded (or at least bolted) to/through the floorboard of the vehicle. If you leave an unattended firearm and it is stolen, or gets into the hands of any unauthorized person, it is indeed your fault.
The first sentence is great advice. The second sentence does not apply in the state of GA.
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