A Real Gun

This is a discussion on A Real Gun within the Home (And Away From Home) Defense Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I guess in this case my real gun would be my remm 700 7mm-08.......ill stick with the glock. That being said. If I acquire a ...

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    I guess in this case my real gun would be my remm 700 7mm-08.......ill stick with the glock. That being said. If I acquire a shotty soon....my tune will change
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    If I was to carry one of my AR15 carbines it would not be in a situation where there would be a possibility of theft,but then again a cable lock thru the magwell and locked around a seat post would deter a theft,and at least 6 30 round mags.and carrying a long gun in a vehicle in TX is legal IIRC
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    To each his own.
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    I carry a brush nickle plated Remington 870 that I have had since the early 1970's in the trunk of my POV, chamber empty with the first two rounds in the magazine being 00 Buck and the next two slugs. I have two slugs and four 00 Buck in a side saddle on the receiver. You just never know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guantes View Post
    To each his own.
    Is that a Win. 94 with one of those big lever handles ? Love the rifle scabbard behind the p/u seat.
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    Yes sir. It is a Win 94 Wrangler in .32 Win Special, with the big loop.

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    Back when I lived in a very rural area, instead of a semi-rural as I did now, I kept a (cased&unloaded, as per MN law at the time) SKS with a Chinese sports bra of stripper clipped ammo behind the seat of my truck.

    The main reason was I worked a rotating shift, and could come home at any time, day or night...and LE response was a long ways out. Not that I was going to go Chuck Norris and do some clearing and kicking, but I figured it'd be awful nice to have a long gun while I waited for the sheriff to arrive (at which point the SKS would be back behind the seat, unloaded & cased, unless it was in use).

    It mainly just sat behind the seat, but I did use it to shoot a couple of coyotes, a skunk and several feral cats.
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    In my truck at the moment is my slip,shoot and boogie gun.
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    I've got a PLR-16 long range pistol and have thought about trying to find another jack box to mount on top of the existing box under the rear seat. So it would look factory, blend in with interior.
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    No long gun in my car, either, although I have often considered keeping my Hi-Point 995 carbine in there as a trunk gun. I just do not relish the thought of having to keep it clean and rust-free in that environment. I did know a guy who kept a Mosin Nagant in his trunk for "just in case" scenarios... my MN won't even fit in my trunk...
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    One of my little KelTec 9MM Sub 2000 folding carbines lives in my SUV with 3 33 rd mags...mostly in case of a situation where I might get stranded on the mountain. I also keep a dome tent, sleeping bag, 10 MREs, fire starters and a first aid kit.
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    http://tufloc.com/tufloc-vehicle-weapon-racks.html

    I have the trunk lock and it works quite well. It is the same lock we use in my departments unmarked cars.
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    unfortunately, until the first of the year, my permit does not allow loaded long guns... else, I might consider it.... But I have to say, if I need a long gun for self defense... then things have gotten so out of hand, that my permit (and laws in general) would be a moot point (providing it's not just a horde of the undead)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    If I was to carry one of my AR15 carbines it would not be in a situation where there would be a possibility of theft,but then again a cable lock thru the magwell and locked around a seat post would deter a theft,and at least 6 30 round mags.and carrying a long gun in a vehicle in TX is legal IIRC
    YEP, it is duk

    I just posted something similar to this in an unrelated thread, but....
    when on trips my AR with 6 mags (one in weapon, and 5 spares) rides in back floorboard/under back seat, along with pistol on hip, another pistol, wife has G26
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    If I had a large vehicle then I'd get a coachgun, otherwise I'd have a handgun.
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