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Old 06-06-2012, 03:46 PM   #31
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I've been pulled over servile times for speeding before I received my CHL. All of the officers have always treated me with respect. As long as the weapons are in plain sight and the ammo is stored away from the weapons & you follow there commands & make no sudden movements. You should be ok. Before transporting Any kind of weapons always. Check with the county sheriffs / LEO's & always follow the laws in the state you live in or you are visiting. MOST LEO's are normal guys/women just like us. If they do act nervous its because they want to make it home safe..
You sir, are on point. +1 for your response.


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So i have an springfield xd .45 acp and i love it. I want to have it with me more often. Im trying to figure out a spot i can mount it the the under side of my dash. I kinda want to go with a sherpa do to the locking mech. Any ideas or pics of your set up i cant wear it on me in the car. Hurts my back really badly.
In a real life situation the serpas are awful enough as is, reaching under a dash you will never get it in time. I suggest getting some kydex, forming it, and mounting in the car where you can effectively get it. My old Jeep was set up this way.





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You sir, are on point. +1 for your response.
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In a real life situation the serpas are awful enough as is, reaching under a dash you will never get it in time. I suggest getting some kydex, forming it, and mounting in the car where you can effectively get it. My old Jeep was set up this way.



Another example of what YOUR state allows- If you have a handgun in plain sight in Texas CCL or not you would be in deep dodo
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I'm aware he wants concealed, I'm simply providing an example of the concept. The other problem with using a release type holster is if you need to get it out in the car quickly it would be foolish to think it is likely you will have both hands free.

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I'm aware he wants concealed, I'm simply providing an example of the concept. The other problem with using a release type holster is if you need to get it out in the car quickly it would be foolish to think it is likely you will have both hands free.
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If I am Approached by LEO's I stick both hands out the window. There will be no mistakes. If
I am not wearing it I do as Nuckingfuts does.

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Sorry i havent said much wanted to see were it was goin. If you live in washington state he is the deal. As told to me from three local cops two sheriffs and one judge. If you have a concealed pistol permit and are in the car alone the gun can be absolutely anywere inside the vehicle while loaded. But if you have a passanger without a cpl then it must be on you. No if all passangers including you have a cpl it again does not matter were in the vehicle. Now if you must leave your vehicle and cant take the gun in with you say if your goin into lynnwood police station you must unload it and hide it unless you have a cpl then it can stay loaded but must be in a gun lock box and out of sight. Now i have a question. Were can i get the under the steering wheel holster?

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If I am Approached by LEO's I stick both hands out the window. There will be no mistakes. If
I am not wearing it I do as Nuckingfuts does.
If I were a LEO & you did that i would most likely just slap the cuffs on you figuring you were giving up


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