One of these:
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I don't like to leave a gun in the car, but I have been known to leave my 25 year old Taurus 92 with and extra mag stored under the backseat. The gun is accurate, dependable, has 1911 controls, and I like the gun. I'd hate to lose it, but it is extremely comforting to have available when having one on my person is difficult.
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Trust in God and keep your powder dry
"A heavily armed citizenry is not about overthrowing the government; it is about preventing the government from overthrowing liberty. A people stripped of their right of self defense is defenseless against their own government." -source
my truck gun
My only complaint is that it takes a couple moments to open the case, then screw the gun together & load it. So I have been considering having a machine shop cut the threads so that it will just take a 90 degree twist to secure it. And I also working on a way to keep the tube loaded.
You might also want to take the Hoppes out of the case. If it breaks or leaks, it could easily kill any rounds it comes in contact with.
Does a good old fashioned car club prevent a break in to steal the car? I still like them.
Have you found a good easy on and off holster?
Good luck with your solutions.
The Hoppes, boresnake, & knife were in the case mainly for the picture. That knife is a bit too long to carry or even keep in the truck.
The shotgun is a Marlin Model 43 12GA.
Any firearm you leave the house with should be the one you are most comfortable with as well as the most functional with, regardless of how or where you carry it.
Hk P2000, P30, P30L, Hk45C, USP Tac .45, USC, G36c
Glock 19, 26, 38
Sig P238, SP2022, P226 Blackwater Tacitcal,556
Desert Eagle Mark I, Mossberg 500A, Benelli M4
FN FS2000, Springfield SOCOM II
Daisy Red Ryder BB Gun
Ruger SP101 with an improved grip loaded with 357 mag.