Contest !!: New Porsche ! : "Best Place to Hide a HandGun ?"

Contest !!: New Porsche ! : "Best Place to Hide a HandGun ?"

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    Contest !!: New Porsche ! : "Best Place to Hide a HandGun ?"

    I was going to ask advice on hiding a gun or two (handgun) of mine. My small safe is too filled. Two I'm getting rid of so it's for the time being. And thanks but NO, for various reasons I don't want another safe.

    But I thought I'd post this as a contest: the Prize this:

    2014-Porsche-911-Turbo-S-V1-1440.jpg

    OK:


    WHAT IS THE BEST PLACE TO HIDE A HANDGUN IN THE AVERAGE RESIDENCE (house or apt.) ?


    (If you win please PM me with your address for delivery - including photos of any first floor windows and the back door, focusing on the lock - to orient the Delivery-Man)

    __________________________________________________ _______________

    I'll start:

    * Under the cat-litter

    (O, that's great!, I win.) No, just kidding...

    *So, Under The Cat-Litter.

    Your turn:
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    Wrap it in plastic, then butcher paper and mark it 'meat loaf'. Then put it in the freezer.

    Btw, you realize that this could be a ruse to find out where people hide their guns...

    Also, is that Porsche for real or is it like the "Toy Yoda" contest a few years back?

    p.s. I hide my Glock 30 on my person every day! That's the best place I've come up with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenGoodLuck View Post
    Wrap it in plastic, then butcher paper and mark it 'meat loaf'. Then put it in the freezer.

    Btw, you realize that this could be a ruse to find out where people hide their guns...

    Also, is that Porsche for real or is it like the "Toy Yoda" contest a few years back?

    p.s. I hide my Glock 30 on my person every day! That's the best place I've come up with!
    OK, you're in FIRST PLACE - Aside from the fact that you're the only Poster it's a great idea - (UNLESS the Perp likes Meatloaf - then you're screwed)

    A+

    (What you saw as the Prize is just a real as you and I are. I never lie) heh, heh.....

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    heh..

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    Take them to your LGS, put an extremely high price tag on them and put them in the showcase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldpsufan View Post
    Take them to your LGS, put an extremely high price tag on them and put them in the showcase.
    Excellent. But see, the Question was "in the average Residence" because a perp might smash the window at night in your idea . But Excellent Imagination!

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    In the saddlebags on a large hungry pit bull.
    I carry a gun, because a Cop is too heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LimaCharlie View Post
    In the saddlebags on a large hungry pit bull.

    Terrific!!!

    but there's the slight problem of pit-bulls not usually wearing saddle-bags - when one does it's a give-away and the perp could bring dog-biscuits. (or meatloaf that he stole from "BenGoodLuck's).
    Course, you could always own a stallion that you keep in the living room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by detective View Post
    Terrific!!!

    but there's the slight problem of pit-bulls not usually wearing saddle-bags - when one does it's a give-away and the perp could bring dog-biscuits. Course, you could always own a stallion that you keep in the living room.

    You tell the pit bull it can't wear saddle bags!
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    In plain view, right on top of the punji pit.
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    On my hip under my shirt.
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    Hiding Guns In Your House ? A review of some options

    i like clock/wall safes.

    in a zip lock baggie in the tank of the toilet?

    remove and unscrew a speaker from it's cabintet of your stereo, hide it in there? (if it's big enough speaker box, and not fast acess)

    keep it at the bottom of the dirty laundry basket?
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    oh, make a little "clay project" something like a russian doll you can super glue the two pieces together, and just smash and grab the gun when needed?
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    hollowed out book on a bookshelf. in a waterproof bag in the toilet tank. inside where a cassette would go in a vcr (since nobody would steal or use it). PM inbound for delivery instructions for the porsche :D
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    How well to you want to hide it? This seems like a situation where the best places are going to be less accessible. I too like the idea of clock safes, book safes, and a wall compartment behind a picture or mirror. Reasonably hidden yet still fairly quick to get to if needed. Others like the litter or freezer will be much more hidden, but if I need my weapon, in the deep freeze out in the garage isn't going to cut it.

    Anyway, here it goes.

    Inside the cover of a desktop computer.
    False bottom in a drawer or duck taped to the bottom.
    Above a fireplace just inside the chimney (provided you don't use the fireplace)
    Inside the glove box of my new Porche
    Of course as mentioned previously, my preferred place is on my hip.
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    Out in the open in the tight space between the anal lube and Mr Penetrator.
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