This is a discussion on I saw an interesting idea on CSI within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Mtbiker Yea, a couple weeks ago they had the "high powered .223 ruger 10/22 sniper rifle" I think I snarfed my beer ...
I know a man who recently retired from many years on the road selling specialty advertising items from his home base in Sioux Falls. He covered a lot of territory and many large cities. His favorite concealment for a two-shot .45 cal derringer was in a plastic soda pop cup with the spill-proof lid and straw kinda casually laying on top (not firmly attached). He kept it muzzle down and on a couple of occasions when some bad-looking people approached his car he simply reached over to the cupholder in front of his dash, flipped off the lid and straw and drew the derringer. Surprise!
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awww come on...Even the crime scenes...why not just turn on the lights?
you know that those lights would cast way too much glare on things...
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I've always thought that if you could manage a hiding place in the air vents you would have something. The casual smash and grabber is not going to look for something in there.
Also if you have a seat that is thick enough and that you do not care about modifying you could hide a fair sized gun under a flap that is secured by velcro. A person would have to have sharp eyes to spot that if it is done well.