How NOT to do car carry

How NOT to do car carry

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    How NOT to do car carry

    Sooo much wrong in this picture.

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    Not to mention shuffling through all the junk to get to the gun.

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    There is also some type of litter at the bottom of the grip possibly preventing even getting a grip on the weapon.
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    Sitting there in plain sight, and even has the window down. Just begging someone to steal it. But the liberals would say a Universal Background Check would keep criminals and crazies from getting their hands on this firearm. Must be like an invisible force field or something.
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    Good catch. Bag/purse carry often falls into that trap as well.

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    It's little surprising,how a few buys a gun,and don't think,about what they are doing.They don't seem to care about responsibility.

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    Why's he making fun of a 1911? Not cool :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by DetChris View Post
    Why's he making fun of a 1911? Not cool :P
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    That's a fine carry position when the person is in the car, I question the intelligence of anyone who leaves a loaded gun out of a lockbox in a vehicle when gone for more than 5 minutes regardless of whether they carry it in the glove box, center console, those steering column holsters...etc. Author also lost all credibility with the 1911 crack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TxTchRR View Post
    That's a fine carry position when the person is in the car, I question the intelligence of anyone who leaves a loaded gun out of a lockbox in a vehicle when gone for more than 5 minutes regardless of whether they carry it in the glove box, center console, those steering column holsters...etc. Author also lost all credibility with the 1911 crack.
    10.It is a 1911 (LOL).
    Agreed
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    That is my biggest pet peeve, people leaving guns unlocked in vehicles!!!! I've had several customers pull guns out of consoles and other unlocked areas of a vehicle that has been left unattended!!! Great way to get it stolen and into the wrong hands!!

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    My truck is Always LOCKED. If there's a weapon inside no one no one will ever see it.
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    I never leave a gun in the truck because it never leaves me. IF I am to be someplace like the Federal building with metal detectors and banned carry I will take the wife along and she stays in the truck with the gun OC which is perfectly legal.

    That may happen once a year max twice.
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    All good points except #10.
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    "It is a 1911 (LOL)."

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