This is a discussion on GUn in the Glove Box within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by NH_Esau Go back. Tell the manager what's going on and ask them to pull it down off the lift. Give the worker ...
It is better to die with a weapon in hand than to live with hands raised. (Meir Feinstein, 1947) ...But is far better to raise your hands with a weapon in them and assume a classic Weaver or Isosceles (BenGoodLuck, 2007)
I usually just leave it in the console or between the seat and console. I am choosy where I have work done.
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Wear your gun, keep it on you where you have control over it. If I have to leave it in the car, it's locked in a COM safe and cabled to the seat braces.
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+1 don't put it in the glove box....I have a safe in my truck for the occasions when I can't carry, Church, college.. and it's also alarmed
I would rather live my life as if there is a God,
And die to find out there isn't, than live my life
As if there isn't, and die to find out there is.
No one should leave a gun in a glove compartment for any reason..period. Remember you're responsible for that weapon. If I can't enter with my gun then I don't go there. Plan ahead people.
Why?? Because at the last second, the Police are minutes away.
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Completely agree that it was negligence on my part! I am a newbie who has just made his first big mistake.
I was out with my small son and started having car troubles and had just left a gun free zone (school) so it was in my glove box. I should have put it back on my person but didn't. Went directly to the shop where I was picked up by my wife. After getting home I realized the gun was still in the glove box and immediately had my wife take me back. I did not want to make a big fuss about it so I sat there and literally watched them work on my car from start to finish. They probably thought I was an A-hole but I did not want to tell them at the time the reason. In hindsight I should have just told them the situation and gotten the gun. But WI is still very new to CC and I didn't want to cause a fuss.
Just think ahead and remove your weapon and any other valuables before leaving your car with someone.
If you carry seriously, you carry for a reason. You should always be aware of exactly where that weapon is.
"Life is tough but it's really tough if you are stupid"
Won't happen in WA state because we can not carry in glove boxes. If you have a CCW, it MUST be on your person, not the seat, the center console or the glove box. So, if you are responsible and follow the laws, it should never happen.
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A few years ago I was shopping for a new car. I settled on a Monte Carlo and the dealer wanted to drive my trade-in. I gave him the keys and then said, "just a minute, I forgot something". He said to me, "Oh, you left your gun in the car?". I said "Excuse Me???". He said, "If a woman asks for the keys back it's because she left her handbag in the car, if a man asks for the keys back it's because he left his gun." Of course the funny part was that he was correct!
I hear ya Cook74 but in WI I can leave a loaded gun on the seat, trunk or glove box and still be within the confines of the law. Heck sometimes when driving I stick it in the cup holder because it is the easiest place to draw from.
Worked on a pickup today and had to remove the center console for access to hvac actuators...
Opened lid and hello Glock 23 gen 3.
Sitting in what appeared to be a Galco SOB holster.
Like I said, this is a bigger issue in other parts of the country I guess.
Last week it was a Judge under the drivers seat.
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