Toilet Holster

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    I gotta see this. I was thinking about mounting one on the wall next to my bed. If anyone has any suggestions on how to do this feel free to PM me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzB View Post
    We've had several breakins around here where the bgs wait until the homeowner is doing yard work, and they just let themselves in when they're not looking.

    Can you imagine heading inside for a lemonade or a bathroom break and running into them? I'd want to be armed.

    I also lock my door when I'm doing yardwork.

    Call me paranoid.
    me to but i wish i [we] could move don't want to take the loss.

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    If you going to keep a handgun in the bathroom I would suggest it be stainless

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    Quote Originally Posted by caubry89 View Post
    I gotta see this. I was thinking about mounting one on the wall next to my bed. If anyone has any suggestions on how to do this feel free to PM me.
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    I think some are missing the point. I don't believe the OP's intention is to store a firearm in his bathroom. I think its to solve the age old problem or where to temporarily store your carry piece while in there.
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    this if for when the shtf!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.stuart View Post
    If I need a gun in the bathroom,pool, or while I mow my grass,I need to move.
    Bad people come to good neighborhoods to do push ins. While I do not have a holster mounted to my toilet, I do have one (w/ a handgun in it) on my person until I retire for the evening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biomortis View Post
    I think some are missing the point. I don't believe the OP's intention is to store a firearm in his bathroom. I think its to solve the age old problem or where to temporarily store your carry piece while in there.
    That's how I interpreted it
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    I just prop the AR next to me and lay a Mossberg across my lap while sitting on the throne. Can't be too careful you know. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beans View Post
    If you going to keep a handgun in the bathroom I would suggest it be stainless
    I think we've finally found the purpose of the Glock 7 porcelain gun. Gaston, you're a genius!!!!
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    So there it is.

    I decided to mount the holster on the wall directly opposite the toilet, rather than next to it. I figure I'm standing much more often than I'm sitting (and who waits to unbuckle til after they're already seated?) and there just wasn't a comfortable mounting location next to the actual toilet.... unless I had moved the TP.

    So there it is folks, the final solution to man's biggest problem.

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    Honestly, if this is your biggest problem, I envy you. lol
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    Boy i'd get the patent on that asap!!!!!

    You could call it the Crap-shoot!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macattack View Post
    this if for when the shtf!!!!!
    I understand that straining a lot can make you sweaty and that is a safety hazard. You can slip off and get seriously hurt but putting a fan in the bowl to cool you down and stem the sweating is a bad idea and shooting down there can cause even more problems. There's also the electrical issues. Parts that dangle may get fried from the fan shorting out or could get "clipped" a bit by the blades.

    Dude, leave the fan out of this.
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