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  1. #141
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4twenty6 View Post
    Skintop911:
    You mean that you have one and the 5-0's didnt notice it while they searched your vehicle?
    Or
    That LEO's havent commented on it in the post.

    Just curious is all. I am a LEO and i think it was pretty cool how he did that with the case.
    It wasn't noticed on stops.
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    Cool. I wouldnt think anything suspicious of it either if i saw it in a vehicle.

    If i have consent to search from the individual or PC i would check it.

    Good people sometimes need to do things to protect themselves because of some of these stupid laws.

    I found a gun next a ****ing exhaust manifold one day. Thank GOD they had just left the crime scene and not had a chance to get hot. scary shit.

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    Had a buddy leave his AR in his trunk all day long. Temps was about 105 on his way home he pulled in his drive way and a pack of dogs was working there dog over. He grabbed his AR and could barely hold on to it for being so hot. He could barely grab the mags and put them in. Finally he grabbed a pair of gloves and could hold it better. So maybe a pair of gloves for the trunk encase its in July and August weather.

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    How about a low end pump shotgun? I don't really see the need for a trunk rifle unless you were on a big ranch though. A 40 S@W or a 45ACP or a 10mm would do the job.

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    Nike baseball equipment bag at Academy Sports; $14.00

    AR15 pistol with a couple of mags fits nicely in it. Hides easily under my F150 rear seat.

    I can easily transport it between my truck and home without any unwanted attention.

    See my post in Ar pistols for a FN 10.5 pistol build.

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    Its a great idea if you can keep it secure...

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    It's pretty secure, it is just under the rear seat out of view. I park in a secure parking lot at work. When I get home, I take it inside with me. The bag really helps to conceal what it really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 09fatbob View Post
    Trunk monkey woot woot
    You brought back a three year old thread with that? Do you have anything to actually contribute or did you confuse M4C with Twitter?
    In no way do I make any money from anyone related to the firarms industry.


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