Center console Holster using Blackhawk Quick Disconnect system

Center console Holster using Blackhawk Quick Disconnect system

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    Center console Holster using Blackhawk Quick Disconnect system

    Follow these steps:

    1: Purchase a Blackhawk Quck disconnect kit (Additional holster optional if you don't like using the quick disconnect on your hip),

    2: Purchase three 1/4" - 20 machine screws. be sure to get a length that will not protrude as far as to interfere with componates that may be inside the console. Purchase at least three 1/4" - 20 nuts, and at least three 1/4" washers

    3: Remove your center console IAW the remove & replace procedure for your make and model of vehicle and determine the best placement for your quick disconnect female bracket, taking into consideration for clearance inside the console. there may be components that are very tightly placed in there.

    4: Mark out the holes and drill them out with a 1/4" drill bit.

    5: Bolt your quick disconnect female adapter to the console and replace it in your vehicle.

    6: Attach the male quick disconnect adapter to your desired holster You may need to play with the configuration of the male adapter to achieve the desired ride angle.

    This is what mine looks like:





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    Is a great idea, and looks great, but not an option in Florida. Handguns must be concealed (with a permit) on the person, or stored in a closed container while in the vehicle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCWFlaRuger View Post
    Is a great idea, and looks great, but not an option in Florida. Handguns must be concealed (with a permit) on the person, or stored in a closed container while in the vehicle.
    Unfortunately the same in Ohio.
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    ...so wish we could do this in SC!
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    I used Industrial Strength velcro to velcro a holster INSIDE my console. It is very accessable, but out of sight.
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    Same rules in SoCal = no go. CCW means on person and if in a container loaded or not, container must be CA approved and locked PLUS not in easily accessible location for driver.

    Stupid libs. Go figure...

    Cool and clean install though!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCWFlaRuger View Post
    Is a great idea, and looks great, but not an option in Florida. Handguns must be concealed (with a permit) on the person, or stored in a closed container while in the vehicle.
    Well, you're close...
    You see, the law gives you permission to carry a "concealed weapon" or a "concealed firearm" "on or about" yourself as long as it is concealed "from the ordinary sight of another person".
    Actually, you can lay the gun on the seat, so the holster idea would work. I use a 'cheap' Uncle Mike's holster that fits between the seat and console. To stay legal I just cover the firearm with a cloth or hat.

    People should really understand the law of the state(s) that they carry firearms in...could keep you out of trouble.
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    That's the best looking set up for that application I've seen yet.

    Personally, I want my weapon on me, not my truck. That way no matter where I am it's with me. I think (just my opinion) it's too easy to get separated from your weapon mounted in a vehicle and even if it's a second vehicle weapon, it's still too easy to leave it accessible to someone other than who you want to have it. Stuff happens!

    Plus, you're gonna freak out the fuzz!
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