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    Dang, I would love to find a glock in my room...but I would not love it if my kids found it first.
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    "Finders' Keepers" is still applicable with firearms isn't it??

    I can't imagine there's a way to do the right thing with reporting the weapon lost and the police giving it back to you for finding it and it not being claimed in X number of days. Dream the dream.
    Or go all Hollywood: Crooked Cop and get yourself a brand new drop gun.

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    Actually one of the first things that I do when I get a hotel room, is look in the drawers for anything "left behind" by the previous occupants and also look around for anything me or my wife may accidentally have left before check out. Doing a thorough room search before leaving is pretty much on the top of my list.

    So far, have found nothing like a Glock, but I will keep looking, you never know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngda9 View Post
    Dang, I would love to find a glock in my room...but I would not love it if my kids found it first.
    Exactly. My kids are grown but we never did a search at check in for guns when my kids were young. This could have turned out tragically and gun owners everywhere would have paid for it for years to come. Part of gun ownership is knowing where they are. Part of being a responsible adult is keeping innocent children safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDlewis View Post
    No I don't own a glock. Maybe my next gun though. Lol :) hard to conceal.
    I don't know, I hear they conceal really well in a dresser drawer.
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    You don't won a Glock, and you missed the chance to 'pick one up.'
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngda9 View Post
    Dang, I would love to find a glock in my room...but I would not love it if my kids found it first.
    Yea talking about kids my 8 month old was opening those draws and she open one all the way I looked in it but she was trying to open the rest but I picked her up from there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HKinNY View Post
    I own a car rental company how do you figure those people got the stuff to your hotel....... In my rental vehicles
    Yes I've been guilty of leaving my spare mag in door of rental at the airport But got it back from airport police ; )
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    In the future I'm gonna have to start searching my room like it's a crime scene before I leave,just in case somebody left me a parting gift
    Yep, that is the true moral of this story.
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    Whether you have children or not, this would be a good reason to go through the room after check-in.

    1) You could save yourself from a potential accidental shooting tragedy.

    2) If that firearm were used in a crime & they find it after you check-out, you could become entangled in a legal hassle.


    Just a thought...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phoenixx6 View Post
    "Finders' Keepers" is still applicable with firearms isn't it??

    I can't imagine there's a way to do the right thing with reporting the weapon lost and the police giving it back to you for finding it and it not being claimed in X number of days. Dream the dream.
    Or go all Hollywood: Crooked Cop and get yourself a brand new drop gun.
    that's no joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm View Post
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    Whether you have children or not, this would be a good reason to go through the room after check-in.

    1) You could save yourself from a potential accidental shooting tragedy.

    2) If that firearm were used in a crime & they find it after you check-out, you could become entangled in a legal hassle.


    Just a thought...
    but how is that if it was not even your gun. wouldn't it be the person that own the gun falt for leaveing it.

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    Would not have happened to a Sig.

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    JDlewis, I know what you mean, but taken out of context this is just too funny.

    Quote Originally Posted by JDlewis View Post
    I just get a phone call from the police department down there asking me if I left anything behind in any drawers.
    That could be a laundry issue also?

    Quote Originally Posted by JDlewis View Post
    For me I don't use the drawers so I did not even know it was there. Crazy.
    Ok, commando, or whatever !

    Seriously, can you imagine the trauma and liability issue if some child had found that unattended gun? I don't generally poke too much in hotel rooms (lot's of cooties) but did find some kids stash of girlie mags in the bathroom once in Las Vegas. Happened to see a nice-looking pair of panties in the corner behind a chair once in New Orleans. Well so much for thorough housekeeping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ppkheat View Post
    JDlewis, I know what you mean, but taken out of context this is just too funny.



    That could be a laundry issue also?



    Ok, commando, or whatever !

    Seriously, can you imagine the trauma and liability issue if some child had found that unattended gun? I don't generally poke too much in hotel rooms (lot's of cooties) but did find some kids stash of girlie mags in the bathroom once in Las Vegas. Happened to see a nice-looking pair of panties in the corner behind a chair once in New Orleans. Well so much for thorough housekeeping.
    Yea I hear you at first. I thought it was a joke when they first called because I have guys at work that like to prank call people so I thought they was trying it on me.


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