I am a govt. contractor and work across the street from the base, so I go through the gate every day...no big deal. Well today, I just so happened to get randomly inspected. It happens...but hasnt happened in three months. SO i pull over open my doors trunk hood etc etc. The guy starts looking and finds my old new york state pistol permit..... so of course he assumes I had a weapon, which I did not. Then he finds a holster that I need to return for repair, and again asks me where my weapon is... which i did not have. ..... Then he opened my work bag which so happens to have a set of range muffs in it for working in aircraft. Needless to say, they tossed my car like I was ZEta overlord. Buried under my seats they found about 300 rnds of spilled 22 LR, a full box of turkey loads, a box of shotgun primers, 2 hunting knives, my missing fast loader for my blackpowder rifle, my release for my bow, 1 1/2 pairs of hunting gloves, and a patridge in a pear tree.
If you EVER need to go on military base, clean out from under your seats. I spent and hour getting inspected all because I havent cleaned my car recently. Save yourself the headache. Luckily, I work with the security commander and he took care of it for me. I really wouldnt have been in a lot of trouble but it was still more than i want to deal with. Learn from me.