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Old 04-11-2017, 07:49 AM   #31
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My idea of a vehicle gun would be a couple of "Ma Deuces" mounted in the fenders with the muzzle exiting near the headlights and dual triggers at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel.
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Old 04-11-2017, 12:13 PM   #32
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My idea of a vehicle gun would be a couple of "Ma Deuces" mounted in the fenders with the muzzle exiting near the headlights and dual triggers at 10 and 2 on the steering wheel.
I like it

But I would use GE M134 Miniguns, with another pointing out the rear with a Joystick control, of course
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Still trying to figure out how to attach a secure storage device to my vehicle.



A scabbard for long guns could be strapped to the front end, but that would be only for the trip to the range. I don't want to park and leave the gun in there if I go to the store.
Even though open carry of long guns is legal in Texas, I don't want to haul a rifle or shotgun while shopping.
For save storage of other valuable items I got me some 20mm ammo cans which can be locked with a pad lock.
Just need to figure out how to attach those properly.
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Nice springer softail right there^^^!!!
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Old 04-11-2017, 06:46 PM   #35
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When I travel, a 229-40 holstered and a 239-40 in the center console. Extra mag for each.

Texas has open carry, but you must conceal handguns in the vehicle.
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Still trying to figure out how to attach a secure storage device to my vehicle.



A scabbard for long guns could be strapped to the front end, but that would be only for the trip to the range. I don't want to park and leave the gun in there if I go to the store.
Even though open carry of long guns is legal in Texas, I don't want to haul a rifle or shotgun while shopping.
For save storage of other valuable items I got me some 20mm ammo cans which can be locked with a pad lock.
Just need to figure out how to attach those properly.


Consider this: http://jm4tactical.com
Drop it in the holster and snap it on your tank. Should be good to go. Use one for my G43 and Sig 320sc.


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I usually, (when I carry) have a 9mm hidden away in a slot under the seat. No way a thief finds it. My secondary gun for when the **** is my Remington 1100 short barrel Police in the trunk under the carpet in the spare tire slot. Box of 12 gauge buck as well.
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Consider this: JM4 Tactical - Changing the way you carry with the QCC Hoslter
Drop it in the holster and snap it on your tank. Should be good to go. Use one for my G43 and Sig 320sc.
Good idea, thx. There is just one little problem, here in TX if you have a handgun in your motor vehicle, it has to be out of sight (concealed). I'm not sure if that also applies to LTC holders that can OC.
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Good idea, thx. There is just one little problem, here in TX if you have a handgun in your motor vehicle, it has to be out of sight (concealed). I'm not sure if that also applies to LTC holders that can OC.
Recent changes to TX statutes on open/concealed are interesting at best.

Regarding vehicle carry, go to this link http://handgunlaw.us/states/texas.pdf and scroll down to pages 10 & 11. There's also a link to the TX Statutes there to verify what we have on those pages.

Though no one asked - I'm going to offer my opinion at no charge on this one.

There is no circumstance I have ever experienced or can think of that would encourage me to carry a handgun in plain view in a vehicle, unless it was being carried on my person in a proper holster.
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Thanks for the info Steve. When I carry while riding I carry concealed in a pancake holster with thumbreak at 3:00 - 4:00 or in a Kydex AIWB holster. The safe storage device would be for the time I have to leave the bike parked since I don't have my license yet. Right now I only pack on joy rides from home to home. As long as I stay on the bike I'm in compliance with the law. Good thing that I don't need to get of the bike while pumping gas.
And attaching my P229 with a magnetic holster to the tank won't be an option for me anyways - I would be worried too much that it will fall off when hitting a bump in the road.
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You have seen how simple it is to break into a car? Call a wrecker and tell him that you locked your keys in your car. They are able to get in extremely fast. Leave nothing of value in there particularly a gun.
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