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dante
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Kingwood, TX
Member since Mar 2006
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


I am not LE but I would imagine if someone pulled over gave the LE his cc permit with his license the LE officer would feel more comfortable. No criminal is going to do that.





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VetteGuy
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Mandeville
Member since Feb 2008
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


If you get that rig make sure you get an ambidextrous holster or an off hand holster. Correct mounting requires the opposite hand holster of what you normally use.





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RATeamWannabe
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2009
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


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Where can i get one of those?


Saw the link and its been mentioned, but be sure to get the ambi holster or the one for the opposite hand. I got the holster from them, its simple, pretty cheap I guess, and I never have to take it off, I just leave it attached 24/7.






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Thatguy...
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cajun country
Member since Nov 2012
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


You can have a gun in the vehicle however you want it. But if you get out with it on your person, better let it be known.





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RATeamWannabe
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2009
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


I know





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TigerOnThe Hill
Springhill
Member since Sep 2008
2626 posts

re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


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I don't want to forget about a gun in the console while worrying about a traffic ticket and have them see that I have a CCL and start asking questions.

Good point. In fact, the first time I got pulled over shortly after getting my CCL, I forgot to mention to the policeman that I had a CCL. OTOH, the gun was not concealed on my body, but was in the cab. That's why I'd like to know for certain whether or not it's a requirement to tell LEO your have a CCL event though the firearm is in the vehicle, but not concealed on your person.






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Pepe Lepew
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Looney tuned .....
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


you mean "Homey" don't know?







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SpicyStacy
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Member since Aug 2010
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


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You get your "airbags" re-inflated?


fricken car might be totaled... the hood shifted and so did a bunch of shite under the hood.. cracked radiator structure or something like that.. dropped it off tuesday @ the shop, still waiting on word on if its totalled or not.. FML

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How are you liking that new S&W .38? I haven't seen any range reports from you...


arm is still purple and hurting from my accident... and FINALLY found some ammo @ the walmarks.. will post reports soon ;)

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If you get that rig make sure you get an ambidextrous holster or an off hand holster. Correct mounting requires the opposite hand holster of what you normally use.


not sure what all of that means. explain pls?






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4LSU2
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Madisonville
Member since Dec 2009
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


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SpicyStacy








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SpicyStacy
New Orleans Saints Fan
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Member since Aug 2010
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


hay! what it do boyz





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4LSU2
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Madisonville
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re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


Sucks about the car. Take care of those air bags.





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VetteGuy
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Mandeville
Member since Feb 2008
11644 posts

re: Question about having a loaded gun in your vehicle


Are you right-handed or left-handed?

For this rig, buy a cheapie holster of your opposite hand for mounting in this under-wheel setup.

In other words, if you are right-handed, buy a left-handed holster.
It will be correct when you mount it in this rig.


Sorry about your wreck. IIRC, y'all had some medical issues in your family as well. Take care.






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